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INTRODUCTION 




T would be out of place in the introduction to a work 
intended entirely as a book of reference, and which will 
not probably come under the eye of the general reader, 
to enter into any apology, if it were needed, for the 
study of Heraldry : it is too valuable an auxiliary to the 
full understanding of many branches both of literature 
and the fine arts to be neglected by students of either. It frequently 
happens, however, that when a coat of arms is met with, either verbally 
blazoned or delineated by the painter or sculptor, difficulty is experi- 
enced in ascertaining to what family it belongs. The purpose of the 
present work is to enable the student to overcome this difficulty, so 
far as Scotland is concerned, by giving a complete list of the arms 
recorded in the official Register of that country, arranged in such a 
way that they can be easily identified. But before entering into any 
explanation of the arrangement of the book, it may be as well to 
glance at the history of the registration of the arms themselves. 

Persons invested with the official rank of Heralds appear at a 
comparatively early period of Scottish history. Whether or not we 
are to believe the statement of Sir James Balfour, that the Lyon King 
of Arms and the Heralds attended at the coronation of Robert II. 
at Holyrood, on the 23rd of May 1 37 1 , it is certain that "Lyon 
Herald " existed very shortly after that date, as in the Exchequer Rolls 
mention is made of the payment of a certain sum to such an officer in 
1 377 j 1 and on 8th April 1 38 1 a warrant was issued in London for a 
license to " Leon Heraud " of the King of Scots, authorising him to 
take away a complete suit of armour which he had bought in that 

1 Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, edited by George Burnett, Lyon, vol. ii. p. 553. 



vi AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 

city. 1 The duties of Heralds in early times were multifarious : they 
had the regulation of all combats, tournaments, funeral ceremonies, 
and state pageants, and were frequently the bearers of despatches from 
their Royal master to neighbouring sovereigns. But not the least 
important of their duties was the supervision of the armorial bearings 
of the different families in the kingdom. It is doubtful whether in 
early times there was any official register kept ; but some such list was 
probably drawn up by the Lyon. The earliest Scottish armorial now 
in existence is that said to have been prepared by, or under the 
superintendence of, Sir David Lindsay of the Mount about 1542. It 
is impossible to say whether it took from the first an official character, 
but that there must have been some such recognised record before the 
close of the sixteenth century is clear from several references which are 
made to the Liber insigniorum or " Book of Arms " in the Acts of the 
Scottish Parliament at that period. 2 In 1592 an Act was passed 
authorising the Lyon and his Heralds to hold visitations throughout 
the realm in order to distinguish the arms of the various noblemen and 
gentlemen, and " thaireftir to matriculat thame in thair buikis and 
regesteris." 3 It is unfortunate that this permission to make heraldic 
visitations was never largely taken advantage of: had it been, and had 
the registers indicated in the Act been properly kept, it is unlikely that 
the Privy Council would have within the next forty years practically 
authenticated as an official record Sir David Lindsay's MS. above 
referred to, which they did in the following terms : — 

" This Booke and register of amies done by Sir David Lindesay of the 
Month, Lyone King of Armes, reg. Ja. 5 conteines 106 leaves which register 
was approvine be the Lordis of His Majesties most honorable Privie Counsale 
at Halierudehous 9 December 1630. 

"Sir James Balfour, Lyone. 
" Thomas Drysdaill, Llay Herauld, 
"Register? 

Whatever may have become of the official registers previous to the 
date of the commencement of the present one, it is certain that many 
collections of arms were from time to time made both by the officers of 

3 Calendar of Documents relating to Scotland, edited by Joseph Bain, vol. iv. p. 67, No. 303. 
- Act Scot. Pari. (Record Ed.), 1567, c. 23, II. 57 ; 1581, III. 259; 1584, III. 346. 
:! Ibid. 1592, c. 29, III. 554. 



INTRODUCTION vn 

arms and others. Sir Robert Forman, Lyon (15 5 5-1 567), presented 
to Queen Mary a roll containing 267 Scottish coats of arms. In 
addition to the " Workman MS." now in the Lyon Office, at least four 
other armorials belonging to the sixteenth century and relating to 
Scotland are in existence, and were shown at the Heraldic Exhibition 
held at Edinburgh in 1 89 1, while the seventeenth-century collections 
are comparatively numerous. As time went on, however, the absence 
of an authentic and official Register of arms was more and more felt : in 
1639 the Committee on Articles appointed the Lyon to do diligence for 
cognoscing and matriculating all arms, and to represent the same to 
the Privy Council, that they might take some course to prevent arms 
being assumed irregularly. In 1662 it was apparently found that the 
registration of arms was more neglected than ever, though Cromwell 
had appointed one if not two Lyons during his administration of the 
Government. By an Act passed in that year it was provided inter 
alia that "... considering what disorders and confusions have arisen 
and are dayly occasioned by the usurpation of cadents who, against all 
rules, assume to themselffs the armes of the cheeff house of the familie 
out of which they are descendit, and that other mean persones who 
can nowayes deryve thair succession from the families whose names 
they bear as they have just assumed the name doe therafter weare the 
coat of that name to which they pretend without any warrand or grund 
whatsumever, ... no younger brother or cadent of any familie pre- 
sume to carie the armes of that familie bot with such distinctions as 
shall be given be the Lyon King of Armes ; " and it was likewise 
provided that all persons were to have their arms examined and 
renewed by the Lyon and inserted in his Register. This Act, how- 
ever, did not remain long on the Statute Book : considerable dissatis- 
faction appears 'to have been created by it, possibly from the amount 
of the fees which it entitled the Lyon to exact at the funeral 
solemnities of the nobility and their wives, and it was repealed in 
the following year, 1663. It is not very clear whether the above- 
quoted allusion to the Lyon Register can be taken as implying that at 
that time there was such a record in existence, or whether it merely 
means that a Register was then to be commenced. But as the present 
Register was certainly commenced within the next ten years as new, 
it may fairly be inferred that no official register of arms, with the 
exception of Sir David Lindsay's MS. mentioned above as having been 



viii AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 

approved by the Privy Council, was in existence at the period of the 
Restoration. What had become of the old registers, if such there had 
been, has been a matter of some speculation : both water and fire have 
been held to be answerable for their destruction. It is by some thought 
that they may have formed part of that cargo of records, originally 
carried off to London by Cromwell and ultimately jettisoned from the 
frigate Eagle, or lost with the ship Elizabeth of Burntisland when, 
owing to the representations of the Scottish Parliament, they were 
being restored to their proper home. On the other hand, Arnot in 
his History of Edinburgh mentions that the Lyon Office Records were 
burned in a fire which took place about 1 670, and that the Act under 
which the present Register was instituted was in consequence passed 
shortly afterwards. As, however, there is no mention whatever made 
of any such fire in that Act, which merely alludes in general terms to 
the " many irregularities of these late times," it can hardly be regarded 
as authentic history, and it is unnecessary to do more than allude to 
the causes which have been thought likely to have induced the Scottish 
Legislature to take the steps they did for the formation of an entirely 
new Register. It has been shown that an attempt had already been 
made in 1662 to improve the registration of arms, but it had come to 
nothing. In 1672 the Parliament again addressed themselves to the 
subject, and this time with success : they had the advantage of a 
member who was himself well acquainted with Heraldry, Sir George 
Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, and he not improbably took a special interest 
in drawing the Act, which took its place on the Statute Book as the 
Act of 1672, cap. 47. 1 It ratified generally the Act of 1592, so far as 
it related to visitations and the penalties to be inflicted on persons 
assuming arms without authority, and it ordered all persons, of what- 
soever degree, who were in the habit of using arms to give in a 
description of such arms and of their lineage to the Lyon Clerk, in 
order that they might be distinguished with "congruent differences," 
and that the Lyon might enter them in his books and registers, and might 
grant arms to " vertuous and well-deserving Persones." The Register 
now instituted was to be considered as the true and unrepeatable rule 
of all arms and bearings in Scotland, and was ordered to remain in the 
Lyon Office as a Public Register of the Kingdom for all time coming. 
All persons who used arms after the expiration of a year and a day 

1 Record Edition. 



INTRODUCTION ix 

from the passing of the Act rendered themselves liable to a fine of one 
hundred pounds, and the goods on which the arms were engraved were 
to be escheat to the king. 

The Register constituted by the above Act still continues to be 
the " Public Register of all Arms and Bearings in Scotland," and no 
persons of Scottish descent whose arms are not registered in it have a 
right to armorial bearings unless they can prove that they represent 
families whose arms are known to have been in existence previous to 

1672. The importance of such a record is so evident that the follow- 
ing description of its principal features may not be out of place. It 
originally consisted of one large thick folio volume of 592 pages, now 
bound in two for convenience in handling. It begins with the arms 
of the Lyon Office, followed by the personal achievement of Sir 
Charles Erskine who was Lyon at the time. Then follows a page 
occupied solely with the words "Anno Domini 1678"; this date is 
probably explained by the entries having been originally made on 
loose leaves, and bound together when the authorities thought a 
sufficient number of arms had been given in. On the next page is the 
title, not unskilfully done, in large German text and ornamented with 
scroll-work in pen and ink. Then comes another title-page more in 
detail, which runs as follows : — 

" The Principall Authentick and Generall Register of the Armes in Scotland 
collected, visited, distinguished and authorized be the Honourable Sr. Charles 
Areskine of Cambo, Knight and Baronet, Brother german to the Right Honour- 
able the Earl of Kellie, late Lyon King of Armes, In the years of God 1672, 

1673, 1674, 1675, 1676, and 1677, conforme to the several warrants and 
extracts given under his hand and Seale of office ; and that in pursuance of the 
21 Act 1 of the 3rd Session of the 2nd Pari, of our dread Soveraigne Lord 
Charles the Second be the grace of God King of Scotland, England, France, and 
Ireland, defender of the faith, &c, and of the 125 Act of the 12 Pari, of His 
Majesties Royall Grand-Father K. James 6 of ever blessed memorie ; and be 
virtue of the power contained in the Patent given to him be his said sacred 
Majestie, which Register be the first forecited Act is declared to be the unre- 
peatable rule of all Armes and Bearings in Scotland and publick Register of 
the Kingdom to remain with the Lyons Office and to be transmitted to his 
successors in all time coming : to which are added the armes authorized be Sr. 
Alexander Areskine of Cambo, eldest lawful sone to the said Sr. Charles and 
present Lyon King of Armes after his father's decease. The several atchieve- 

1 i2mo ed. of Scots Acts, 



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ments being blazoned at the special sight command and direction of the said 
Lyons Kings of Armes be Master Robert Innes." 

Mr. Robert Innes seems to have had a special fondness for title- 
pages, as he gives us yet another which informs us that the first part of 
the volume contains the arms of the King and the Duke of Albany and 
York, the prelates, peers, and lesser barons of Scotland, " at least of 
such of them," he adds, " as have matriculat " in conformity with the 
Act, " the rest being only named and their coats left blank." We have 
then the blazon of the arms of the King of Scotland, the Royal Badges 
and Symbols of the Kingdom, the arms of the King of Great Britain, 
followed by the Badges of Great Britain ; after these the Register 
proper begins with the arms of the Duke of Albany and York, followed 
by all the members of the peerage as above mentioned. In too many 
cases it is only the name and title which appear, a space being left to 
be supplied with the blazon of the arms which were never sent in. It 
is much to be regretted that the nobility of Scotland did not set an 
example of obedience to the law in transmitting their arms to the 
Lyon to be duly entered. Had this been done by them, and by some 
of the oldest families in Scotland who are also unrepresented in the 
Register, the latter would have possessed a completeness to which it 
cannot now pretend, while many interesting and important facts in the 
family history of the country would have been preserved. We can 
only regret that there are so many blanks in the recorded arms of the 
Scottish peers. The next division of this volume of the Register 
consists of the arms of the baronets, knights, and proprietors of free 
baronies, arranged under the letters of the alphabet corresponding to 
their names. At the end of each letter a few leaves have originally 
been left blank to admit of additions, and these have been filled up 
from time to time. At page 236 another alphabet begins, the oppor- 
tunity being of course taken to have another ornamental title-page. 
This list contains the arms of the " gentlemen " of Scotland, and 
extends to page 454, where the Royal Burghs are given. Many of the 
latter, however, merely show blanks beneath their names. Then follow 
the blazons of the arms of certain incorporations, and the volume from 
page 486 to the end is taken up with what are styled " promiscuous 
matriculations" — the first is dated 1765 and the last 1804 ; but many 
matriculations between these dates are to be found in the pages 
originally left blank at the end of each letter as mentioned above. 



INTRODUCTION xi 

The volume contains altogether about 2702 entries, and has been 
fairly well kept, though some of the later writing is not very good ; 
there are a great number of erasures and not a few other minor errors. 
These were carefully noted by Robert Boswell on his entry to the 
office of Lyon Depute and Lyon Clerk in 1770, and he prefixes a 
formidable list of them to the Register. He seems to have begun his 
work with high ideals, and there is a long note stating the principles 
upon which he was determined to keep the Register, and exhorting 
his successors in office to adhere to the lines thus laid down. With 
all his anxiety, however, and his undoubted success in discovering and 
noting all the erasures, interlineations, and blanks which occur, he has 
not unfrequently missed some obvious errors in the blazons themselves. 
It may be mentioned that there are very few of the arms given in 
this volume actually painted, the only exceptions being at the beginning 
of each letter, when the arms relating to the first entry are painted in 
the margin, and a few added in modern times, when an old patent has 
been presented which had not been previously registered. The regular 
emblazonment of the arms in colours did not begin till 1804, when 
the second volume of the Register was commenced. In this volume 
there are at first four matriculations to the page, the arms being 
depicted on the margin in plain colour without metal, and destitute of 
either helmet, mantling or motto scroll. In a very few years the size 
of the shields is increased, and only three entries are given on a page, 
and sometimes indeed two. About 1808 an interesting and suggestive 
change comes over the Register. The cloud of war loomed over 
Europe, and many brave cadets of Scottish Houses found an oppor- 
tunity in the Peninsula of carving out a career for themselves with 
their swords. We find this well reflected in the pages of the Register 
at this period, a period when unfortunately Scottish heraldic art shared 
in the lack of merit which generally prevailed. Up to 1 8 1 5 the 
achievements of successful soldiers are constantly decorated with their 
medals and other honours received for military prowess. Not only so, 
but more pointed allusions to the wars were often introduced : take, 
for instance, the case of Colonel Campbell of Fassifern, who got a grant 
of arms and supporters in 18 14. After detailing his lineage, the entry 
gives the following account of his blazon :— 

" Gules three Bars or, on a bend ermine a Sphinx between two wreaths of 
Laurel proper and on a chief embattled a representation of the town of Aire in 



xii AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 

France, all proper, in allusion to the glorious services of the said Colonel John 
Cameron on the second day of March last, when after an arduous and san- 
guinary conflict he succeeded in forcing a most superior body of the enemy to 
abandon said town and subsequently received an address from the inhabitants 
expressive of their gratitude for his strict maintenance of discipline and thereby 
preserving them from plunder and destruction. Crest, Issuant from a mural 
crown or an arm in armour, the hand grasping a dagger, all proper, and in an 
escroll above this motto, ' Pro Rege et Patria : ' on a compartment below, on 
which is this motto, ' Mayo,' in allusion to the signal intrepidity manifested by 
the said Colonel John Cameron on the 25 day of July 181 3 in defence of the 
pass of Mayo (sic) in the Peninsula, are placed for supporters on either side a 
soldier of the 92 nd Regt. of Highlanders, the exterior hand of each supporting 
a musket, the bayonet fixed, all proper." 

Not content with this elaborate coat, Colonel Cameron actually applies 
the very next year for an alteration on his achievement, with the effect 
of making it still more bewildering. The Sphinx on the bend is now 
placed between the badge of the Royal Portuguese Military Order of 
the Tower and Sword and the gold medal " presented to Colonel 
Cameron by command of the Grand Segnior " for his services in 
Egypt ; an additional crest is granted representing a Highlander waist 
deep in water, with a sword in one hand and a banner with the cypher 
" 92 " on it, and above all the word " Arriverete," the latter being the 
name of a place where the gallant officer had forded the river Gave de 
Mouline " in face of a very superior body of the enemy." From the 
bottom of the shield are suspended three medals, and the word " Maya " 
appears on a scroll below. This is merely a specimen of several similar 
achievements which may be found in the following pages. 

Mention has been made above of the decay of Heraldic Art : it 
was certainly at a low ebb during the early part of this century. It is 
even yet capable of much improvement, but a modern herald would 
hardly pride himself on composing a coat like the following, which 
appears in the Lyon Register under date 9th July 1812 : "Argent, a 
saltire and chief azure, the last charged with a dexter hand proper, 
vested with a shirt sleeve argent issuing from the sinister chief point 
holding a shoulder of mutton proper to a lion passant or, all within a 
bordure gules " ! Another abuse which was prevalent at the period 
now under consideration was in connection with the carrying of sup- 
porters. The Lyon, or rather the Lyon Depute of the time, conceived 



INTRODUCTION xiii 

that he had a right to grant supporters to all and sundry who applied 
for them, and accordingly either embodied them in new grants of arms 
or as additions to old ones. But this did not last long, and in the 
subsequent volumes of the Register the grants of supporters are rare, 
and are not given without some reason or authority shown. 

It is unnecessary to enter into further detail about the remaining 
volumes of the Register ; it is sufficient to mention that in the third 
volume a new departure was made in the method of painting : hitherto 
the achievements had been depicted in plain colour and without helmets 
or mantling ;. now they were emblazoned with metal and colour, and 
the flowing folds of the lambrequin added dignity to the representation. 
The only drawback to the use of metal has been that the silver is apt 
to turn black, but it is believed that this has now been overcome by 
the substitution of aluminium. The mantlings were invariably painted 
" gules doubled argent," and for long were of a very wooden and taste- 
less character. Of late, however, they have been painted the livery 
colours of the shield, and a great variety of form has been introduced, 
copied from the best specimens of Gothic Heraldic Art. Altogether, 
so far as artistic merit goes, the Lyon Register will compare favourably 
with any modern specimens of armorial design,- and as time goes on 
the increasing interest taken in Heraldry merely as a decorative art, 
apart from its scientific value, may be trusted to tend in the direction 
of making it still more a thing of artistic beauty. 

After all, however, it must be kept in view that the Register is not 
a book of pictures or ornamental design. It is to the genealogist and 
the student of Heraldry that it will yield up its richest stores. To the 
latter, indeed, it is full of interest. Although the Scottish School of 
Heraldry has been called the simplest in the world, yet there are arms 
in the following pages which reveal some rich curiosities. Not to 
speak of eccentricities like the leg of mutton alluded to above, there are 
examples in the Register of some rare and interesting blazonry. The 
fillet which occurs in the arms of Ramsay of Barnton (p. 73) and Scot 
of Craigmuie (p. 1 8) is of very rare occurrence in British Heraldry, and 
it is curious to find it twice repeated within a few years in this record. 
The mysterious adumbration or shadowing which occurs in some of the 
Hamilton coats, is also interesting, because rare, though it hardly bears 
out the statement of some writers that it was adopted by families who, 
having lost their possessions, and consequently being unable to maintain 



xiv AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 

their dignity, chose rather to bear their hereditary arms adumbrated 
than abandon them altogether. Another very uncommon practice is 
that of " emborduring " a coat, that is, surrounding it with a bordure of 
the same tincture as that of the field. Several Scrimgeour coats are 
thus treated (pp. 168, 169), and another more modern one, Sligo of 
Auldhame (p. 210). Emborduring was well known to the old heralds, 
such as Gerard Legh, but it is rare, indeed, to find it put into practice 
in modern Heraldry. Of tinctures not usually employed may be 
mentioned sanguine in the arms of Clayhills of Invergowrie (p. 21) 
and purpure in those of Campbell of Craigie (p. 80), and Storie (p. 
167) ; the last mentioned coat is also remarkable as affording what is 
probably the only instance in British Heraldry of a single tressure 
flory. The use of armes parlantes, or canting coats, does not prevail 
to any excessive extent in the Register, probably because the Scottish 
names do not afford much scope for such display. The older heralds, 
however, seldom lost an opportunity of having a sly joke, if possible, 
when granting a new coat, witness the azure bordure charged with 
eight " pills " or, which surrounds the coat of a Dr. Donaldson, appa- 
rently practising in Paris (p. 118); or the savage head between three 
combs displayed in the arms of Rochhead (p. 136), the combs being 
evidently intended to be applied in the mitigation of the "rough- 
head " alluded to in the original form of the patronymic. 

An interesting instance of what the older heralds call Arms of 
Patronage, or Arms of Affection, occurs in the case of Mr. Deas 
Thomson, Accountant-General of the Navy (afterwards knighted), who 
in 1 8 10 recorded arms the third quarter of which consisted of those 
of Lord Barham, "which," it is stated in the entry, "have been granted 
to him the said John Deas Thomson by the special consent and appro- 
bation of his Lordship, and are assumed by him as a mark of respect 
and gratitude on his part for the affectionate regard shown to his 
mother Katherine Deas, and distinguished patronage manifested to 
himself by that illustrious nobleman." Lord Barham (as Sir Charles 
Middleton) succeeded Lord Melville as First Lord of the Admiralty, 
and no doubt had the opportunity of being useful to his friends and 
relatives. 

Such are a few of the leading features of the Lyon Register, which 
forms one of the most important genealogical, 1 as it is the only heraldic, 

1 The Lyon Register contains the pedigrees of many families contained in the different entries 



INTRODUCTION xv 

record in Scotland. It now consists of twelve volumes, and the list of 
arms contained in the present work (including those added at the end 
as entries made while the book was printing) has been brought down 
exactly to the close of the twelfth volume. It only remains now to 
indicate the lines on which the work has been planned, and the way 
in which it should be consulted. 

The arrangement adopted by Papworth in his large and most 
useful " Ordinary " has of course suggested that adopted in the follow- 
ing pages. But in a book of the dimensions of this it was thought 
unnecessary to go into the minute subdivisions that Papworth found 
essential. Only some, therefore, of the more largely-employed ordinaries, 
such as the Bend, CJievron, Fess, Saltire, etc., and one or two charges, 
such as Lion, have been subdivided ; and a list of the sub-heads 
will be found under the principal heading of the ordinary or charge. 
With regard to the blazons, or, to use less technical language, the 
entries containing the descriptions of the arms, they are, primarily, 
arranged under the first-mentioned charge in the blazon, thus : " Azure, 
an anchor in pale argent " will be found under Anchor ; " Gules, a fess 
argent," under Fess, and so on. Under each heading the various entries 
included in it are arranged after the following manner, in the first place 
alphabetically, according to the tincture of the field of the shield : 
Argent comes first, followed by azure, ermine, gules, or, vert ; then the 
entries which begin, say, with Argent, are placed as follows : All the 
undated coats (not quartered) come first in the alphabetical order of 
the persons to whom they belong. After 1804 every entry is dated, 
and almost every entry after 1677, so as a general rule it may be 
taken for granted that all entries without a date attached belong to a 
period previous to the last- mentioned year. Following the undated 
coats come in order of date the other unquartered arms whose blazon 
begins with the same tincture ; then the quartered coats on the 
same principle, each quarter being treated as a separate and dis- 
tinct entry, except when it is repeated in the same coat. All the 

of the arms. At first the entries are very short, and contain few, if any, genealogical details 
beyond stating in a general way that the person to whom the entry relates was descended of a 
certain family. More and more details were, however, inserted in course of time, till the infor- 
mation at one period became both irrelevant and cumbersome. Of late years the particulars 
given in the various entries regarding the descent of the patentee or person matriculating arms 
may be relied on as correct, care being taken not to put in anything as a statement of fact which 
has not been proved. In this way the Register becomes of much use genealogically, which is 
important, as the Register of Pedigrees is unfortunately not taken advantage of to that extent 
which it might be. 



XVI AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 

first quarters coming under the same tincture of field are put together, 
then the ist and 4th, the 2nd, the 2nd and 3rd, and lastly the 4th, 
the counter-quarters being put immediately after the quarters of which 
they are counter-quarters. In the blazon of a quartered coat the words 
following the brackets in which the numbers of the quarters are con- 
tained {e.g. ist and 4th quarters) always apply to the whole shield, 
unless when the contrary is specially mentioned. Thus "Argent, three 
mullets gules (ist and 4th quarters), all within a bordure gules," means 
that the bordure is round the whole shield ; while " Argent, three 
mullets gules, within a bordure of the last (ist and 4th quarters)," 
signifies that it is only the ist and 4th quarters round which the 
bordure is placed. It may be noted that, in order to avoid con- 
fusion, it has been thought better to repeat the tinctures of bordures 
and the like in the case of quartered coats when they apply to the 
whole shield, instead of using the ordinary formula of " of the first," 
" of the second," etc. 

There are certain details which have been omitted from the blazons 
of the arms, which are so conventional in their nature that they must 
be understood to be there. For instance, swords must always be 
considered to be " hilted and pommelled or," unless where the contrary 
is expressly stated ; lions, too, are presumed to be " armed and langued 
gules," unless the field or the lion itself is gules, when it is langued 
azure. Three charges on a field are to be supposed to be arranged 
two and one, unless otherwise indicated. Stars, except when their 
rays are wavy, have generally been included under the head mullets, 
and mullets pierced have been grouped as spur-revels. 

As regards the names of persons occurring in this volume, it may 
be stated that, as a general rule, they have been printed in the text 
according to modern usage ; in the index the modern form appears 
first, followed, in brackets, by the various spellings which occur in the 
Register. Cross references are also given to the different forms which 
occur. This seemed to be the common -sense way of treating this 
matter, as few persons would, for example, look up Aberbutknot for 
Arbuthnot, or Gahn for Colquhoun. Besides, it must always be kept 
in view that names were, at a period not so long gone by, spelt more 
by sound than by any fixed rule. The names of places present more 
difficulty in their treatment. One may know very well what the 
modern form of a personal name should be, however curiously it may 



INTRODUCTION xvil 

at one time have been spelt ; but when names of lands come to be 
dealt with, the difficulty of deciding what the proper spelling should 
be is much increased. The best course to take seemed to be to leave 
the place-names spelt as they are in the Register. No doubt readers 
with local knowledge will find out some curious varieties of names with 
which they are familiar, but to have attempted to give them as they 
exist at present, if they exist at all, would have been certain to lead 
to still more blunders. 

I have to express the obligations which I am under to Mr. J. W. 
Mitchell, Rothesay Herald and Lyon Clerk, for much assistance given 
while these sheets were preparing for press. I have also to thank my 
son, Mr. J. W. Balfour Paul, for very useful help in the preparation of 
the Index. 

J. BALFOUR PAUL. 

Lyon Office, 
Edinburgh. June 1893. 



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AN ORDINARY 



OF 



SCOTTISH ARMS 



Abbey. 

Arg. the ruins of an old abbey on 
a piece of ground, all ppr. (2nd and 
3rd quarters) Maitland OF Dun- 
DRENNAN (1806). 

Az. an abbey of three pyramids 
arg., each ensigned with a cross pate^e 
or. Royal Burgh of Kirkcaldy. 
Acorns (3). 

Arg. three acorns slipped vert. 
Jas. Aikenhead, advocate. 
Anchor. 

Arg. an anchor in pale az. 
placed in the sea ppr. between two 
mullets of the second all within a bor- 
dure vert. Robert Barton, writer, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. an anchor in pale az., on 
a chief embattled gu. three pallets or, 
all within a bordure crenelle of the 
third. Alexander Keith, ship- 
master, Montrose (1737). 

Arg. an anchor in pale az. 
between three lozenges gu. Pitcairn 
of that Ilk (1808). 

Az. an anchor in pale or, between 
three estoiles wavy arg., within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second. Vice-Admiral George 
Murray (18 14). 

Arg. an anchor in bend az., on 



Anchor — continued. 

a chief of the last three cranes or 
(3rd quarter for Beck). BUCHAN 
Hepburn of Smeaton (181 5). 

Az. an anchor in pale arg., a 
chief or. Farie of Farnie (1868). 

Az. an anchor in pale or, charged 
with a cross crosslet fitchee sa. (3rd 
quarter). M'Nair, Glasgow (1 761). 

Gu. an anchor in pale or, between 
two mullets in fess arg. Thomas 
Fair of Westwood, co. Lancaster. 

Gu. an anchor between two fleurs 
de lys in chief v or and a mullet in base 
arg. John Fair, London (1885). 

Or, an anchor gu. Fairholm of 
Craigiehall. 

Or, an anchor gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
az. three escallops within a bordure 
engrailed or, impaling arg. on a saltire 
engrailed az. three escallops of the 
field, all within a bordure az. Fair- 
holm of Greenhill (175 1 ). 

Or, an anchor gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Earl OF Annandale. 

Or, an anchor gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
arg. a fess az., charged with three 
mullets of the field. Hope Weir 
(Vere) of Craigiehall (1734). 

B 



ANCHOR— ANNULETS 



Anchor — continued. 

Or, an anchor in pale gu. (3rd 
quarter). Hope Vere OF Craigie- 
hall (2nd matric. 18 1 5). 

Anchors (3). 

Az. three anchors in pale, one in 
chief and two in the flanks or, accom- 
panied by as many mussels, two in 
the dexter and sinister chief points, 
and the third in base ppr. The 
Honest Town of Musselburgh 

(i77i). 
Angel, Arch- 

Az. the figure of the arch-angel 
Michael, with wings expanded, tread- 
ing on the belly of a serpent lying 
with its tail nowed fess-ways in base 
all arg., the head of which he is pierc- 
ing through with a spear in his dexter 
hand, and grasping with his sinister 
an escutcheon charged with the Royal 
Arms of Scotland. Royal Burgh 
of Linlithgow. 
Annulet. 

Gu. an annulet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. within a bordure in- 
dented of the second. Hamilton of 
Dalziel. 

Gu. an annulet (or) between three 
cinquefoils erm. Hamilton of Or- 
bistoun. 

Gu. an annulet or between three 
cinquefoils erm. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Hamilton of Rosehall (1759). 
Annulets (3). 

Az. three annulets or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Lieutenant Francis 
Ringler Thomson (1825). 

Az. three annulets or (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
John Ringler Thomson, attorney 

(1825). 

Az. three annulets or stoned gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters), the latter charged in 
the centre with a mullet, and within 
a bordure engrailed or. William 
Henry Montgomery (i860). 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters, for Eglinton), all 
within a bordure of the second charged 
with a double tressure flory counter- 



Annulets (3) — continued. 

flory of the first. [The above charge 
without the bordure and tressure, but 
with the addition of a two-handed 
sword ppr. placed pale-ways in the 
centre, is also the 1st and 4th quarters 
of the 2nd and 3rd grand quarters of 
the same coat.] Earl of Eglinton. 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters) ; over all dividing the 
coats of the latter a cross wavy or, 
charged with a star between four cres- 
cents az. Montgomery of Stan- 
hope and Kinross (1844). 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters), the latter within a 
bordure engrailed or charged with a 
double tressure flory counter -flory 
gu. Hugh Edmondstone Mont- 
gomery, London (1876). 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). MONT- 
GOMERY of Broomlands. William 
Montgomerie. 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az., 
within a bordure of the second charged 
with a tressure counter-flowered of the 
third differenced with a crescent in 
the fess point l (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Montgomerie of Coilsfield. 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters) ; over all a two- 
handed sword in pale ppr. Mont- 
gomerie of Skelmorlie (1731). 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(3rd and 4th quarters) ; over all a two- 
handed sword in pale ppr., all within 
a bordure arg. charged with mullets 
and ravens alternately sa. Mont- 
gomerie of Kirktounholme( 1 732). 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters) ; over all divid- 
ing the quarters a cross wavy of the 
second charged with a mullet between 
four crescents of the first. Mont- 
gomery of Stanhope (1772). 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters) ; over all divid- 

1 I '.ut see copy of Patent in Fraser's Memorials 
of the Montgomeries, i. 149, where the bordure 
is given as surrounding the whole shield. 






ANNULETS— ARM 



Annulets (3) — continued. 

ing the quarters a cross wavy of the 
second charged with three cinquefoils 
in fess erm. MONTGOMERY OF NEW- 
TON (1774). 

Gu. three annulets or stoned az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand 
quarter), in the centre of the latter a 
crescent or. Ramsay- Fairfax of 
Maxton, co. Roxburgh (1877). 

Annulets (6). 

Az. six annulets, 3, 2, and 1, or. 
MUSGRAVE OF HAYTON (1788). 

Ark. 

Arg. an ark on the waters ppr. sur- 
mounted of a dove az., bearing in her 
beak an olive branch vert. Gellie 
of Blackford. 

Arg. an ark on the waters ppr. sur- 
mounted of a dove az., bearing in her 
beak an olive branch vert, between 
three gillyflowers gu. Master Ed- 
ward Jolly, minister, England. 

Arg. an ark in the sea ppr., in chief 
a dove az., in her beak a branch of 
olive of the second, within a bordure 
of the third. Primrose Gailliez of 
Chorleywood (1786). 
Arm. 

Arg. an arm in armour holding a 
pair of balances az., and in base a 
sword and Roman fasces in saltire 
between two flanches of the second. 
William Hoseason, representative 
of the family of Aywick in Zetland 
(1st matric. 1808). 

Arg. a dexter arm and hand fess- 
ways couped gu., grasping a cross 
crosslet fitchee in pale az. (2nd quarter); 
over all on a chief gu. a gold cross 
between the badge of the Portuguese 
Military Order of the Tower and Sword 
on the dexter, and that of the Ottoman 
Order of the Crescent on the sinister. 
Col. John Maclean (1814). 

Arg. a dexter arm ppr. issuing from 
the sinister holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee az. (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure erm. M'Naghton 
of Upper Cloghan, co. Antrim 

(1809). 

Arg. in chief an arm couped in fess 
below the elbow ppr. holding in the 



Arm — continued. 

hand a cross crosslet fitchee az., in 
base a rock gu. James M'Lan- 
NACHAN, Eskbank, Midlothian (1876). 

Arg. a dexter arm from the shoulder 
erased and embowed ppr. holding a 
key in pale az. (1st quarter). PORTER 
of Troquhain (1804). 

Arg. an arm in armour holding a 
pair of balances az., and in base a 
sword and a Roman fasces in saltire 
ppr. (1st and 4th quarters). William 
H0SEAS0N,Jamaica(2ndmatric. 1808). 

Arg. an arm in armour holding a 
pair of balances az., and in base a 
sword and a Roman fasces in saltire 
ppr., acrescent gu. between thebalances 
(1st and 4th quarters). THOMAS 
PIoseason, Madras (1808). 

Arg. a dexter arm couped in fess 
gu., the hand holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee in pale az. (2nd quarter), all 
within a bordure gu. charged with two 
Eastern crowns in fess and as many 
mullets in pale or. Sir George 
Maclean, K.C.B. (1856). 

Gu. a dexter arm issuing from the 
sinister flank fess -ways, the hand 
holding a smith's hammer ppr., hafted 
arg. and over it a crown or ; in the 
dexter nombril point a smith's anvil of 
the second, and above the same a 
tower of Aberdeen. INCORPORATION 
of Hammermen of Aberdeen 
(1682?). 

Gu. a dexter arm in armour fess- ways 
couped ppr., garnished or, holding a 
cross crosslet fitchee of the last be- 
tween three antique crowns gold. 
Alexander Grant, Jamaica (1810). 

Or, a dexter arm in armour couped 
in fess ppr., the hand also ppr. grasp- 
ing a cross crosslet fitchee sa. (2nd 
quarter). Lieut. -Gen. Sir John 
Macdonald, K.C.B. (18 18). 

Or, a dexter arm in armour couped 
in fess ppr., the hand also ppr. holding 
a cross crosslet fitchee gu. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Macdonald, 
G.C.B. (1849). 

Or, a dexter arm in armour couped 
in fess ppr., the hand also ppr. holding 



ARM— AXE, BATTLE 



Arm — continued. 

a cross crosslet fitchee gu. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure az., 
charged with two mascles in chief arg. 
and a boar's head erased in base 
or. Macdonald of St. Martin's 

(1849)- 

Or, a dexter arm in armour couped 
n fess ppr., the hand also ppr. holding 
a cross crosslet fitchee gu. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure gu., 
charged with three antique crowns or. 
G. G. Foote Macdonald (1850). 

Or, a naked arm issuing from the 
sinister side in fess ppr. holding a cross 
crosslet fitchee in pale gu. (2nd quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Lockhart of Lee (2nd matric. 
1806). 

Or, a dexter arm in armour couped 
in fess ppr., the hand gu. holding a 
cross crosslet fitchee in pale of the 
last (2nd quarter of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters). Reginald Mac- 
donald Steuart [of Staffa] 

(1813). 
Arrows (2). 

Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. sui- 
mounted of a fess chequy of the second 
and first between three buckles, two in 
chief and one in base, within a bor- 
dure indented or. GEORGE M'Alla 
[M'Aulay], Edinburgh. 

Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. sur- 
mounted of a fess chequy of the last 
and sa. between three buckles of the 
second, within a bordure engrailed or. 
M'Call of Daldowie (1863). 

Gu. two arrows in saltire arg. sur- 
mounted by a fess chequy of the 
second and first (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for M'Aulay), all within a bordure 
az. charged with eight buckles 
or. Donaldson of Bannachra 
(1766). 
Arrows (3). 

Arg. three arrows gu., the middle- 
most pale-ways, the other two saltire - 
ways, points downwards, banded to- 
gether vert, accompanied by six 
trefoils slipped of the last, two in chief, 
two in fess, and two in base. LiTTLE- 
JOHN OF WOODSTON (i 76 I ). 



Arrows (3) — continued. 

Arg. three arrows gu., the middle 
one pale - ways, the others saltire - 
ways, points downward, banded to- 
gether vert, accompanied by six trefoils 
slipped of the last, two in chief, two in 
fess, and two in base (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for LittlejoJin of IVoodston). 
Adam of Blairadam (1st matric. 
1815). 

Arg. three arrows, points downwards, 
meeting in base ppr., surmounted of a 
fess az. charged with a fox courant, 
also ppr. Hutchison of Carlowrie 
(1870). 

Arg. three arrows, points downwards, 
meeting in base ppr., surmounted of a 
fess az. charged with a fox courant, 
also ppr., a bordure of the second. 
James Thomas Hutchison, mer- 
chant, Leith (1871). 

Arg. three arrows gu., the middlemost 
pale-ways, the other two saltire-ways, 
points downward, banded together vert, 
between six trefoils slipped of the last, 
two in chief and as many on the flanks 
and base (2nd quarter for LittlejoJin). 
Adam of Blairadam (2nd matric. 
1882). 

Arg. three arrows, points downwards, 
meeting in base ppr., surmounted of a 
fess az. charged with a fox courant 
ppr., within a bordure sa. ALEXANDER 
William Hutchison, merchant, 
Leith (1882). 
Arrows, Sheaf of. 

Arg. a sheaf of arrows gu. between 
three holly branches, each consisting 
of as many leaves ppr., banded of the 
second, within a bordure of the third. 
Irvine of Beildside. 

Arg. a sheaf of arrows gu. between 
three holly branches, each consisting 
of as many leaves (ppr.), banded of the 
second. Irvine of Murthil. 

Arg. a sheaf of five arrows ppr., 
banded az. between four roses, 2 and 2 
gu. Macewan of Glenboig ( 1 796). 

Az. a sheaf of arrows between three 
boars' heads couped or. GORDON OF 
Tetachie. 
Axe, Battle. 

Arg. a battle-axe in pale between 



AXE, BATTLE— BARS 



Axe, Battle — continued. 

two holly leaves in chief and a hunting 
horn in base vert, garnished gu. 
Alexander Burnet, Aberdeen. 

Or, a battle-axe erect ppr. between 
three torteaux. Bedall Sivwright 
OF SOUTHHOUSE AND MEGGETLAND 

(1874). 
Axe, Lochaber. 

Arg. a Lochaber axe erected in pale 
between three boars' heads couped gu. 
Henry Rankine, merchant, Rochelle. 
Or, a Lochaber axe fess-ways sa. 
between two boars' heads couped gu. 
Rankine of Dudhope (1872). 
Axe. 

... A wright's axe arg., slassed 
(shafted ?) or (4th quarter). INCOR- 
PORATION of Wrights and Coopers 
of Aberdeen (1681 ?). 
Axes, Pole (2). 

Gu. two pole-axes in pale arg., over 
all a fess chequy of the second and az. 
TOSHACH OF MONIEVAIRD. 

Balance. 

Gu. a balance or and a sword arg. 
in saltire, surmounted of an escutcheon 
of the second, charged with a lion 
rampant within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory of the first. Dean and 
Faculty of Advocates (1856). 
Banner. 

Gu. a banner displayed arg., and 
thereon on a canton az. a saltire arg. 
as the badge of Scotland. Banner- 
man of Elsick. 1 
Bar. 

Az. a bar engrailed or between 
three mullets arg., on a chief of the 
second three pallets gu. Dickson OF 
Chatto (1869). 

Az. a bar or between three mullets 
arg., on a chief of the second three 
pallets gu. Dickson of Huntlaw 
and Chatto (1837). 
Bars (2). 

Gu. two bars or. CAMERON OF 
LOCHIEL (1795). 

Arg. two bars sa., in chief an eagle's 

1 Another entry (1692) gives the badge of a 
baronet of Nova Scotia as the charge on the 
banner. 



Bars (2) — continued. 

head and neck couped ppr., in a dexter 
canton gu. a crescent or. Kibble of 
Whiteford (1801). 

Az. two bars wavy or, on a chief 
arg. a griffin issuant of the first. 
James Soote of Reres House, 
co. Forfar (1870). 
Bars (3). 

Arg. three bars sa. AuCHlNLECK 
of that Ilk. 

Arg. three bars embattled az. ; over 
all in the fess point an inescutcheon 
gu., within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. Andrew Straiton, apothe- 
cary, Montrose. 

Arg. three bars counter-embattled 
az. John Straton (1783). 

Arg. three bars gu. within a bordure 
engrailed az. Cameron of Lake- 
field (1851). 

Arg. three bars sa. (2nd quarter). 

BOSWELL OF AUCHINLECK (1809). 

Arg. three bars sa. within a bordure 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Affleck 
of Edinghame (1777). 

Arg. three bars gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 

RlDDELL OF ARDNAMURCHAN (2nd 
matric. 1829). 

Az. three bars arg., the upper charged 
with three crescents of the field. James 
Alston Carfrae, C.E., co. Surrey 
(1869). 

Erm. three bars gu. Fothering- 

HAM OF POWRIE. 

Erm. three bars gu., each charged 
with a buckle or. Fotheringhame 
of Lawhill. 

Erm. three bars within a bordure 
gu. Fotheringhame of Bandean. 

Erm. three bars gu. (1st quarter 
for Fothringham). Stewart Foth- 
RINGHAM OF POWRIE, co. Forfar 
(1890). 

Erm. three bars gu. (2nd quarter). 

DlROM OF CRICHIE (1769). 

Gu. three bars erm., within a bordure 
or. GlFFORD OF BUSTA (1721). 

Gu. three bars embattled arg. 
Barry of Tollerton Hall, co. 
Notts. (18 1 2). 

Gu. three bars or, surmounted of a 



6 



BARS 



Ears (3) — continued. 

bend erm., charged with a sphinx be- 
tween two wreaths of laurel ppr., on a 
chief embattled a representation of the 
town of Aire in France. Cameron 
of Fassifern (ist matric. 1814). 

Gu. three bars or, surmounted of 
a bend erm., charged with a sphinx be- 
tween the badge of the Portuguese 
Order of the Tower and Sword on the 
dexter, and the Ottoman Order of the 
Crescent on the sinister, on a chief 
embattled a representation of the town 
of Aire in France, all ppr. Lieut.- 
Col. John Cameron of Fassifern 
(2nd matric. 181 5). 

Gu. three bars or, in base a star- 
fish with a heart between the lower 
rays of the last, on a chief gu. a stag's 
head cabossed of the second between 
two spur-revels arg. HUGH Innes 
Cameron, Dingwall (1836). 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of ist and 4th grand quarters), 
en surtout of the former on an escut- 
cheon arg. a mullet between three 
inescutcheons gu. Hay Newton of 
NEWTON(ist matric. 1773,2nd matric. 
1809). 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1 st and 4th grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure gu. (over 
all on an escutcheon Hay). Baird- 
Hay of Belton (2nd matric. 1874). 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd quarter) ; 
over all on a shield of pretence arg. 
three inescutcheons gu. Hay OF 
Craionethan. 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd quarter). 
Hay of Mordington (ist matric. 
1 76 1). 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters) ; over all on a shield of pretence 
arg. three inescutcheons gu., a mullet 
surmounted of a crescent for difference. 
William Hay, merchant, Edinburgh. 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure arg.; over 
all on a shield of pretence arg. three 
inescutcheons gu. Hay of Linplum 
( 1 st matric. . . ., 2nd matric. 1 84 1). 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters) ; over all on a shield of 



Bars (3) — continued. 

pretence arg. three inescutcheons gu., 
within a bordure vert charged with 
unicorns' heads couped and mullets 
alternately arg. Hay of Haystoun. 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), en surtout an escutcheon 
arg. charged with three inescutcheons 
gu., all within a bordure vert charged 
with four unicorns' heads couped, with 
as many mullets alternately arg. Hay 
of Smithfield (1806). 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. ; 
over all on an escutcheon Hay. Hay 
of Belton (ist matric. 1824). 

Gu. three bars erm. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Gifford~), on an escutcheon 
of pretence arg., a key fess-ways, wards 
downwards, between three inescut- 
cheons gu. for Hay. Hay of Alders- 
ton (1875). 

Or, three bars wavy gu. (Drum- 
mond) Earl of Perth. 

Or, three bars wavygu., each charged 
with an escallop of the field. DRUM- 
mond of Blair. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., a mullet 
surmounted of an annulet for differ- 
ence. Drummond of Carlowrie. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., and in 
chief as many mullets az. Drummond 

OF COLQUHALZIE. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted 
by a scimitar (cutlass) in pale arg., 
on a canton of the first a lion's head 
erased within a double tressure flory 
counter-rlory of the second. DRUM- 
MOND OF Cromlix. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., in the fess 
point a man's heart counter-changed. 
Drummond of Cultimalindie. 

Or, three bars wavy gu. within a 
bordure of the second. DRUMMOND 
OF Hawthornden. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., on a can- 
ton arg. a fountain az. Drummond 
of Invermay. 

Or, three bars within a bordure all 
wavy gu. Drummond of Logie- 
almond. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., on a can- 
ton of the first a lion's head erased 



BARS 



Bars (3) — continued. 

within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the second, in the middle chief 
a crescent of the third. Drummond 
of Machanie. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., and in chief 
a boar's head erased of the second. 
Drummond of Pitkellanie. 

Or, three bars wavy gu. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
Cornish kaes ppr. Alexander 
Drummond, Marchmont Herald. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., in chief as 
many mullets az. within a bordure of 
the second. Mr. David Drummond, 
Minister of Monedy. 

Or, three bars wavy gu. ; over all a 
naked man naiant in pale, having in 
his dexter hand a sword and having 
his sinister hand and feet in action, all 
ppr. Gavin Drummond. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., in chief a 
martlet between two crescents of the 
second. George Drummond, Edin- 
burgh. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
eight crescents of the first. John 
Drummond, representer of the family 
of Meedhope. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., each 
charged with an escallop fess-ways 
of the field (Drummond impaling 
Po7'tcrfield). Dame Margaret Por- 

TERFIELD. 

Or, three bars wavy gu. ; over all a 
naked man naiant in pale, holding in 
his dexter hand a sword, his sinister 
hand and feet in a swimming position, 
all ppr., within a bordure gu., charged 
with three crescents arg. Lawrence 
Drummond, second son of Belleclone 

(1723). 

Or, three bars wavy gu. within a 
bordure az., charged with eight mul- 
lets arg. Drummond of Kildees 

(1725). 

Or, three bars indented gu., the one 
in chief charged with a crescent and 
mullet of six points arg. John Mair, 
Aberdeen (1776). 

Or, three bars counter-indented gu., 
on the uppermost a crescent and a 



Bars (3) — continued. 

spur-revel arg., within a bordure az. 
John Mair, London (1784). 

Or, three bars wavy gu., the centre 
one charged with a crescent arg., all 
within a bordure az. charged with three 
mullets of the third. Drummond 
of Strageath (1875). 

Or, three bars wavy gu. within a 
bordure az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Drummond of Riccarton. 

Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Bassett of Tihiddy, 
co. Cornwall (1780). 

Or, three bars wavy gu., within a 
bordure of the second ( 1 st and 4th quar- 
ters). Captain John Forbes Drum- 
mond of Hawthornden (1823). 

Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Drummond of Cromlix (2nd matric. 

1853)- 

Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Francis Colebrooke 
Beresford-Drummond, Lieut. 7th 
Dragoon Guards (1875). 

Or, three bars wavy within a bor- 
dure gu. (1st and 4th quarters of 1st 
and 4th grand quarters). FRANCIS 
Walker Drummond ofHawthorn- 
den (1828, 1829). 

Or, three bars wavy gu., within a 
bordure of the last (1st and 4th 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Sir J. Williams Drum- 
mond of Hawthornden (1862). 

Or, three bars within a bordure, all 
wavy gu. (2nd quarter). Stewart 
of Grandtully (1839). 

Or, three bars gu., within a bordure 
wavy vert (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Cameron). FORBES OF Brux (1767). 

Or, three bars wavy gu. (4th 
quarter of 2nd grand quarter for Drum- 
mond). Lord Elphinstone ( 1864). 

Or, three bars wavy gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Earl of Kinnoull (181 i). 

Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted 
of a scimitar pale-ways arg. (1st and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). EARL OF KlNNOULL. 
[Impaled by Lyon Office, 1823.]" 



BARS-BARRY 



Bars (3) — continued. 

Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted 
of a scimitar pale-ways arg. ( i st and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Edward William Auriol Hay, 
Lyon Clerk 1 (1824). 

Or, three bars wavy gu., surmounted 
of a scimitar pale- ways arg. (1st and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), all within a bordure erm. 
Robert William Hay 2 (1824). 

Or, three bars wavy gu., each 
charged with an escallop of the field 
(4th quarter). Smyth of Balhary 

(1765). 

Or, three bars wavy gu., each 
charged with an escallop of the field 
(4th quarter of 4th grand quarter for 
Smyth). KlNLOCH OF Kinloch (1873). 

Sa. three bars wavy or, within a 
bordure of the last. Peter Logie, 
son of Boddam (1734). 
Barrulets (2). See also Bars. 

Sa. two barrulets engrailed between 
as many towers triple-towered in chief 
arg. and three crescents in base or. 
Bragge of Netherauquhask. 
Bars Gemelles (3). 

Arg. three bars gemelles sa. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu., in the 
middle chief point a crescent of the 
second. Thomas Edward Fairfax, 
barrister-at-law (1877). 

Arg. three bars gemelles sa. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu., in the 
middle chief point a mullet of the 
second. Fairfax of Ravenswood, 
co. Roxburgh (1877). 

Arg. three bars gemelles sa. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu. ( 1 st 
and 4th quarters). Ramsay-Fairfax 
of Maxton, co. Roxburgh (1877). 
Barry. 

Barry of four arg. and gu. per pale 
counter-changed (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Barry), all within a bordure wavy 

1 Altered on Petition in the same year to a 
coat of four quarters, of which the above was 
the fourth. 

- Altered on Petition in the same year to a 
coat of four quarters, of which the above is the 
fourth. 



Barr y— con tin tied. 

sa. Sir Thomas Barrett Len- 
nard, Bart. (1812). 

Barry of six arg. and gu., over all 
a boar rampant az. Thomas Bor- 
lands, Bailie of Portsburgh. 

Barry wavy of six az. and or, on a 
chief of the second a lion rampant 
issuant with two tails vert. SUTTIE 
OF Adinstoune. 

Barry of six arg. and az., in chief 
three torteaux, a label of three points 
erm. (impaled by Middlctoii). Grey, 
Earl of Stamford (1737). 

Barry of six arg. and vert, on the 
first three torteaux in pale. James 
Durno, British Consul in Prussia 
(1781). 

Barry wavy of six az. and or, on a 
chief of the last a lion rampant 
naissant double-queued vert (1st and 
4th quarters). SUTTIE (Suittie) OF 
BALGONE (1732). 

Barry of six or and sa.,in chief a label 
of six points of the last (4th quarter of 
2nd grand quarter). Riddell of 
Ardnamurchan (2nd matric. 1829). 

Barry of six or and vair, on a bend 
engrailed sa. four escallops arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Lingard}. Rev. 
Roger Rowson Lingard Guthrie 
(1871). 

Barry wavy of six or and gu. (4th 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter). 
Riddell of Ardnamurchan (2nd 
matric. 1829). 

Barry of eight sa. and arg., over 
all three fusils counter-changed. Im- 
BRIE OF CRUBIE. 

Barry of eight or and gu., over all a 
cross fleury sa. (1st quarter for Gowcr 
of Stittenhatn) ; over all on an escut- 
cheon gu., ensigned by an earl's coronet, 
three mullets within a bordure or 
charged with a double tressure flory 
counter-flory of the field. Duke OF 
Sutherland (1839). 

Barry of eight or and gu. (3rd 
quarter for Poyntz). Gun Munro of 
Braemore (1800). 

Barry of ten arg. and gu., three 
martlets sa. (4th quarter for ChawortK). 
QUARLES (1767). 



BATON— BEND 



Baton. 

Az. a baton in pale arg., ensigned on 
the top with the unicorn of Scotland 
(ist and 4th quarters). Alexander 
COUTTS, H.M. Heritable Usher for 
Scotland (1758). 

Battle-Axe — see Axe, Battle. 

Beagle. 

Arg. a beagle (or ratch hound) 
between three hunting - horns sa. 
Geo. Forrester, Dean of Guild, 
Dundee. 

Bear. 

Arg. on a mount vert a bear sa., 
collared and chained or standing in 
front of a tree ppr. County of Ber- 
wick (1890). 

Beavers (2). 

Vert, two beavers combatant or, the 
base wavy arg. and az. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Beveridge). Beveridge 
Duncan of Damside (18 13). 

Bell. 

Arg. a church bell az., tongued or 
(4th quarter). Porter of Tro- 
quhain (1804). 

Gu. a bell or between three cinque- 
foils arg., all within a bordure of the 
last charged in the middle chief point 
with a rose of the field barbed vert. 
Professor William Hamilton 
(1787). 

BEND. 

( 1 ) Bend and Bend within . . . 

(2) Bend, a chief . . . in chief . . . 

or on a chief . . . 

(3) Betid be tweeti . . . 

(4) On a Bend . . . and on a Bend 

. . . within . . . 

(5) On a Bend . . . a chief . . . in 

chief . . . or on a chief . . . 

(6) On a Betid between . . . 

(7) Parted per Bend. 

( 1 ) Bend and Bend within . . . 

Arg. a bend engrailed gu., voided of 
the field. Honeyman of Gremsay 
(1788). 

Arg. a bend sa. Denniston of 
Colgrain (2nd matric. 1828). 

Arg. a bend gu., over all a file of three 
lambeaux sa. (ist and 4th quarters). 
Congalton of that Ilk. 

Arg. a bend gu., over all a file of 



Bend — continued. 

three lambeaux sa., all within a bor- 
dure engrailed of the second (ist and 
4th quarters). David Congalton, 
Portioner of Dirleton. 

Arg. a bend counter-embattled az. 
(ist and 4th quarters). SANDILANDS 
of Craibston. 

Arg.a bend az.( ist and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure wavy az. John 
Sandilands, Rotterdam. 

Arg. a bend counter-embattled az. 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure arg. Jacob Sandilands, 
merchant, Bordeaux (1755). 

Arg. a bend az. ( 1 st and 4th quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Lord Torphichen. Sandilands 

OF HlLDERSTON. 

Arg. a bend az. (ist and 4th quar- 
ters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), a 
crescent for difference. Sandilands 

OF COWSTOUNE. 

Arg. a bend az. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Maxwell of Calderwood. 

Arg. a bend az. (3rd and 4th 
quarters), all within a border em- 
battled gu. Captain Williamson 
Maxwell (1696). 

Arg. a bend az. (4th quarter), all 
within a bordure embattled gu. Max- 
well of Cardoness (1805). 

Az. a bend arg., within a bordure 
engrailed gu. Bisset OF Glenalbert 

(1757). 

Az. a bend arg. BlSSET OF LES- 
sendrum (ist matric. . . ., 3rd matric. 
1884). 

Az. a bend arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters). Fenwick - BlSSET OF 
Lessendrum (2nd matric. 1870). 

Gu. a bend or, and over all a fess 
arg. Osborne of Peppermilne. 

Or, a bend gu., surmounted of a 
fess chequy az. and arg. Stewart 
of Castlemilk. 

Or, a bend gu., surmounted of a fess 
chequy arg. and az., a crescent for 
difference. STEWART OF TORRENCE. 

Or, a bend gu., over all a fess 
chequy az. and arg., within a bordure 
chequy of the same. Walter 
Stewart, merchant, London (1695). 



10 



BEND 



Bend — continued. 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. 
(ist and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure gu. Monteith OF CARIB- 
ber. 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. 
(ist and 4th quarters). GEORGE 
Monteith representing Carse. 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. 
(ist and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure gu. Menteath of CLOSE- 

BURN (1838). 

Quarterly, or and gu., a bend sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). M'lVER 
Campbell of Asknish (1881 and 
1884). 

Quarterly, or and gu., a bend sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for M l Iver\ 
all within a bordure engrailed arg., 
charged with six crosses moline az. 
John Campbell (retired), Captain, 
2 1 st Madras Native Infantry (1873). 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. 
(3rd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). EARL OF CAMPERDOWN 
(1882). 

Or, a bend chequy arg. and sa. (3rd 
quarter), a crescent (gu.) in the fess 
point. Hadden (Haldane) of Lane- 
rick. 

Or, a bend chequy arg. and sa. (3rd 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter), the 
latter within a bordure gu. Duncan- 
Morison of Naughton (1853). 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter), the 
latter within a bordure wavy arg. 
Gordon - Oswald of Scotstoun 
(1865). 1 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter for 
Haldane), the latter within a bordure 
gu. Morison-Duncan of Naugh- 
ton (1875). 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter). Alexander Haldane, 
barrister-at-law (1878). 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), in the centre of the shield a 
mullet sa. DANIEL RUTHERFORD 

Haldane, M.D. (1878). 

1 The bordure is omitted in a second matricu- 
lation in 1878. 



Bend — continued. 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), in the centre of the shield 
a martlet sa. James Haldane, C.A., 
Edinburgh (1878). 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), in the centre of the shield 
a crescent sa. James Alexander 
Haldane, W.S. (1879). 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), on an escutcheon of pretence 
Chinnery. The Rev. J. R. A. 
Chinnery Haldane (1878), and as 
Haldane-Chinnery (1882). 

Or, a bend chequy arg. and sa. (4th 
quarter). Hadden (HALDANE) OF 
Gleneagles. 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (4th 
quarter for Monteith of Rusky). Hal- 
dane -Oswald of Auchencruive 

(1861). 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. (3rd 
quarter of 4th grand quarter). Hon. 
Hew A. D. H. H. D. Mercer-Hen- 
derson (1882). 

Quarterly, gu. and vair, a bend or 
(3rd quarter for Constable of Evering- 
hamS, in the centre of the shield a 
crescent sa. Constable -Maxwell 
of Terregles (1875). 

Quarterly, gu. and vair, a bend or 
(4th quarter). CONSTABLE - MAX- 
well-Stuart of Traquair (1876). 
(2) Bend, a chief ... in chief . . . 
or on a chief . . . 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg., on a 
canton of the second a lion's head 
erased of the first. MONTEITH of 
AULDCATHIE. 

Or, a bend gu. surmounted of a fess 
chequy az. and arg., in the middle 
chief point a crescent gu. (ist and 4th 
quarters). Harrington-Stuart of 
Torrence, co. Lanark (1879). 

Or, a bend gu. surmounted of a fess 
chequy arg. and az., in chief a crescent 
of the last (3rd quarter). BELSCHES 
WlSHART (1778). 

Or, a bend gu., surmounted of a fess 
chequy az. and arg., in chief a crescent 
of the third (ist and 4th quarters of 
3rd grand quarter). Forbes OF Pit- 
sligo (1865). 



BEND 



1 1 



(3) Bend between . . . 

Arg. a bend az. between two mullets 
gu. Bigger of Woolmet. 

Arg. a bend embattled az. between 
two mullets gu. William Bigger, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. a bend gu. between three bunt- 
ing birds ppr. Bunting of Ardoch. 

Arg. a bend engrailed between a 
crescent and star of eight points in 
chief and a mullet in base sa. Cant 
of Dryburnford. 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee arg., within a bordure erm. 
Dr. George Cheyne. 

Arg. a bend sa. between a unicorn's 
head erased in chief of the second 
and a cross crosslet fitchee in base 
az. Denniston of Colgrain (ist 
matric.) 

Arg. a bend engrailed between two 
spur-revels in chief and a hunting-horn 
in base gu., garnished sa. JOHN 
GLASSFORD, collector of customs at 
Borrowstounness. 

Arg. a bend wavy az. between two 
spur-revels in chief and a fleur de lys 
in base gu. John Masson, Ayr. 

Arg. a bend wavy az. between two 
spur-revels in chief and a fleur de lys 
in base gu., within a bordure engrailed 
of the second. John Mason, Por- 
tioner of Inveresk. 

Az. a bend between a buck's head 
couped and three cross crosslets 
fitchee arg., on a chief of the second 
as many escallops gu. Petrie OF 
Portlethan. 

Arg. a bend cotised sa. between 
two garbs gu. WHITEFORD OF 
Blaquhan. 

Arg. a bend engrailed accompanied 
by two spur -revels gu. Glass ford 
of Douglaston (1769). 

Arg. a bend sa. between a unicorn's 
head erased gu., horned or, and a cross 
crosslet fitchee of the third. Dennis- 
ton of Colgrain (2nd matric. 

1771). 

Arg. a bend wavy between two 
mullets in chief az. and a fleur de 
lys in base gu. Meason OF MORDUN 
0795)- 



Bend — co7itimtcd. 

Arg. a bend sa. between two owls 
ppr. John M'Taggart, London 

(1796). 

Arg. a bend wavy between two 
mullets in chief az., and a fleur de lys 
in base gu. Meason OF Lindertis, 
formerly LAING OF ROTHISHOLM 
(1808). 

Arg. a bend engrailed sa. between 
a unicorn's head erased in chief gu., 
horned or, and a cross crosslet fitchee 
in base of the third. Richard 
Dennistoun (18 10). 

Arg. a bend sa. between a unicorn's 
head erased gu., horned or, and a cross 
crosslet fitchee of the third, on a canton 
of the first a demi-lion az. Robert 
Dennistoun, Trinidad, Commandant 
of the Royal Glasgow Volunteer Light 
Horse (181 1). 

Arg. a bend gu. between three 
bunting birds, two in chief and one 
in base ppr. Sir James Bontein 

YR. OF BALGLESS (1813). 

Arg. a bend engrailed between two 
spur-revels in chief gu. and a hunting- 
horn in base of the last, stringed and 
garnished sa. Lieut.-Col. Charles 
Lamont Robertson Glasfurd 
(1876). 

Arg. a bend chequy sa. and erm. 
between two lions' heads erased gu., 
on a chief az. two billets or, a crescent 
of the first for difference. Steel OF 
Philiphaugh (1891). 

Arg. a bend gu. between three bun- 
ting birds ppr. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Buntine). Alexander Ewing, 
merchant, Glasgow (1869). 

Arg. a bend gu., guttd d'eau, between 
two crows sa., a chief chequy or and 
of the third (2nd and 3rd quarters [for 
PleydelT\ of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Bouverie Campbell of 
Dunoon (1869). 

Az. a bend between a stag's head 
couped in chief arg., attired or, and 
three cross crosslets fitchee in base of 
the second. Garioch of Kinstair. 

Az. a bend engrailed between three 
boars' heads erased or. GORDON of 
Dingeuch. 



12 



BEND 



Bend — continued. 

Az. a bend between three boars' 
heads erased or, within a bordure of 
the last. Gordon of Shermis. 

Az. a bend between three boars' 
heads couped or, armed and lan- 
gued arg., within a bordure of the 
second. Gordon of Troquhane. 

Az. a bend or between a lion ram- 
pant in chief and a hunting-horn in 
base, all arg., garnished gu. Smollet 
of Stenniflet. 

Az. a bend between a fox courant in 
chief and two mullets in base arg. 
Thomas Wyllie, merchant in Edin- 
burgh. 

Az. a bend or between a lion rampant 
holding in his forepaws a banner dis- 
played in chief and a hunting-horn 
in base arg. Smollett of Bonhill 

(1734). 

Az. a bend engrailed between six 

fishes counter-naiant arg. Cowper 
of Balleny (1737). 

Az. a bend or between a lion ram- 
pant in chief and a buckle arg. in base. 
William Smellie, surgeon, London 

(1744). 

Az. a bend between two boars' heads 
erased in chief, and another in base or, 
within a bordure of the last charged 
with four crescents of the first. Mrs. 
Frances E. V. Evans Gordon (1846). 

Az. a bend erm. between a crescent 
in chief and three mullets in base or. 
Robert StodartWyld,W.S.(i866). 

Az. a bend wavy arg. between three 
boars' heads erased or. James Gil- 
lespie Gordon, New Zealand ( 1 874). 

Az. on a bend between a boar's 
head erased in chief and a mullet in 
base or, a fox courant ppr. JOHN 
Wylie, merchant, Glasgow (1875). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets or (1st quarter). ERSKINE OF 
Tinwall (1737). 

Az. a bend between six crosses 
patee fitchee arg. ( 1 st and 4th 
quarters). CHIENE OF ESSLEMONT. 

Pin. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure quartered or and 
vert. Erskine of Alva. 



Bend — continued. 

Az. a bend between six 1 cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters 
for Mar). Erskine of Balgownie. 

Az. a bend engrailed arg. between 
three fraises of the last (1st and 4th 
quarters). Fraser OF Farraline 
(1776). 

Az. a bend engrailed arg. between 
three fraises of the last, in the dexter 
chief a canton gyronny of eight or and 
sa. (1st and 4th quarters). WILLIAM 
Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1776). 

Az. a bend engrailed between three 
fraises arg., in the dexter chief a 
canton gyronny of eight or and sa. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Fraser of 
Leadclune (1807). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Earl of Mar (1st matric. . . ., 2nd 
do. 1866). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
of 1st and 4th grand quarters), the 
latter within a bordure or charged with 
the Royal Tressure. Earl of 
March. 

Az.a bend between six cross crosslets 
fitchee or (2nd quarter). County 
of Aberdeen (1890). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchde or (1st and 4th quarters 
of 2nd grand quarter for Mar). Lord 
Cardross. 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or within a bordure en- 
grailed gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Mar). Earl of Queensberry. 

Az. a bend between 6ix cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed gu., charged with eight 
besants. Douglas of Kellhead.' 2 

Az. a bend or between three stags' 
heads erased arg., "with attirings of 
gold," and as many cross crosslets 
fitchee of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Johnston of Caskieben 
(1695). 



1 Two in Register. 

2 These arms were 
without the bordure, 



matriculated 



1772 



I'.KND 



13 



Bend — continued. 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
in the fess point a crescent chequy, 
all within a bordurc compony gu. and 
arg. Lieut.-Col. James Douglas, 
Scots Foot Guards (1696). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). John Stuart, King of 
France's Body Guard (1776) 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed or, charged with a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. Ed- 
ward Bullock Douglas (181 i). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitche'e or ( 1 st and 4th quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
all within a bordure or. WILLIAM 
Erskine, second son of David, Lord 
Cardross. 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all 
within a bordure triparted at the 
dexter and sinister chief angles, and 
the middle base point or, arg. and gu. 
Charles Erskine, fourth son of 
David, Lord Cardross. 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all 
within a bordure parted per pale, or 
and arg. JOHN ERSKINE, third son 
of David, Lord Cardross (1677). 

Az. a bend between two cross cross- 
lets fitchee or ( 1 st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), the latter 
within a bordure sa. CUNNINGHAM 
of Balgownie (177 1). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or ( 1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all 
within a bordure engrailed, parted per 
pale or and arg. Erskine of LiN- 

LATHEN (1870). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand 
quarter). Mackenzie OF KlLCOY 
(1837). 



Bend — continued. 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
William Henry Montgomery 
(i860). 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee or (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
2nd and 3rd counter-quarters of 3rd 
grand quarter for Erskine) Earl of 
Buc/ian). BURTON- MACKENZIE OF 

Kilcoy, co. Ross (1887). 

Az. a bend between three pelicans 
in their nests feeding their young arg. 
(3rd quarter). Robt. BOSWELL, Lyon 
Depute (1773)- 

Az. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitche'e or (3rd quarter for Afar). 
Earl of Kellie (1866). 

Az. a bend engrailed between three 
cinquefoils arg. (1st and 4th quarters 
of 3rd grand quarter), all within a 
bordure erm. Tytler of Wood- 
HOUSELEE (1824). 

Az. a bend engrailed between three 
fraises arg. (1st and 4th quarters of 
3rd grand quarter), the latter within a 
bordure arg. Fraser- Tytler of 
Balnain (1864). 

Erm. a bend between two cocks gu. 
Law of Burntoune. 

Erm. a bend between two cocks gu., 
within a bordure engrailed of the last. 
Law of Cameron. 

Erm. a bend between two cocks, 
within a bordure gu. Law of Easter 
Kenevie. 

Erin, a bend raguly between two 
cocks gu. Law of Newton. 

Erm. a bend between a cock in 
chief and two mullets in base gu. 
Robert Law, Anstruther. 

Erm. a bend engrailed between two 
cocks gu. Alex. Law of . . . 

Erm. a bend between two cocks gu., 
within a bordure invected of the last. 
Law of Laurieston (1760). 

Or, a bend az. between two crescents 
of the field, within a bordure engrailed 
and quartered gu. and arg. Scott 
of Balmouth. 

Or, a bend chequy sa. and arg. 
between three buckles az. (1st and 



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BEND 



Bend — continued. 

4th quarters). Dalziel of Binns 
(2nd matric. i 772). 

Or, a bend wavy az. between a lion 
passant in chief and another counter- 
passant in base gu. (ist and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon of 
pretence Lake. John Austin Lake- 
Gloag, Edinburgh (1866). 

Gu. a bend between six cross cross- 
lets fitchee arg. (ist and 4th quarters 
[for Howard] of 3rd grand quarter). 
William Alexander Lindsay of 
Deerpark, Devon (1871). 

Sa. a bend between six cross crosslets 
fitchee arg. Lake, on an escutcheon 
of pretence over Lake-Gloag (1866). 
Sa. a bend chequy az. (? arg.) and 
sru., between six billets of the second. 
John Callender, Kincardine. 

Sa. a bend chequy or and gu., 
between six billets of the second (ist 
and 4th quarters). Callander of 
Craigforth (ist matric. 1764). 

Sa. a bend chequy or and gu., be- 
tween six billets of the second (ist 
quarter). CALLANDER OF CRAIG- 
forth (2nd matric. 1875). 

Sa. a bend between six billets or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Callander) ; 
over all on an escutcheon of pretence 
az. an oak tree or, within a bordure 
arg. charged with eight gillyflowers 
gu. Earl of Linlithgow. 

Sa. a bend between six billets or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure quartered or and gu. LIVING- 
STON of Westquarter (1673). 

Sa. a bend between six billets or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure quartered or and gu. Fenton- 

LlVINGSTONE OF WEST OUARTER 
(1854). 

Sa. a bend between six billets or 
(3rd and 4th quarters for Callander). 
Earl of Callander. 

Sa. a bend between six billets or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand 
quarter), the latter charged with a 
crescent gu., and within a bordure 
compony gu. and arg. CALLANDER 
of Craigforth (2nd matric. 

1875). 



(4) On a Bend . . . and on a Bend 
within . . . 

Arg. on a bend engrailed sa. a 
waggon of the first. Binning of 
Carlowriehaugh. 

Arg. on a bend engrailed sa. a 
waggon or, within a bordure of the 
second. Binning of Walliford. 

Arg. on a bend embattled az. three 
buckles or. George Leslie, Aber- 
deen. 

Arg. on a bend az. three acorns or, 
a crescent for difference. Muirhead 
OF Bredisholme (1st matric.) 

Arg. on a bend az. three acorns in 
the seed or, 2 and 1. Ralston of 
that Ilk. 

Arg. on a bend az. three escallops 
or. Alexander Rind, Amsterdam. 
Arg. on a bend az. ("or rather sa.") 
three buckles or. 1 Stirling of 
Keir. 

Arg. on a bend counter-embattled 
az. three mullets or. Thores OF 
Gairnieston. 

Arg. on a bend sa. three buckles of 
the field. Stirling of Dru.mpelier 
(1818). 

Arg. on a bend sa. three buckles of 
the first, within a bordure of the 
second. James Stirling, merchant, 
Glasgow (1870). 

Arg. on a bend sa. three boars' heads 
couped or. Fraser - Turing of 
Foveran (1882). 

Arg. on a bend sa. three fusils of 
the first. Mrs. Esther Glassborow, 
widow of the late Wm. Henderson 
of Williamfield (1885). 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(ist and 4th quarters for Leslie); over 
all on an inescutcheon gu. a castle 
arg. Lord Lindores. 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles ot 
(1st and 4th quarters for Leslie). 
Earl of Rothes. 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(ist and 4th quarters), all within a 

1 Note in Lyon Register. — It is to be ob- 
served that in the old books this bend is found 
for the most part engrailed and not plane, and 
when plane it is mostly sable, for if it be borne 
plane and azure it is the same with the armes of 
Lesly. 



BEND 



15 



Bend — continued. 

bordure parted per pale chequy and 
counter-compony gu. and or. Leslie 
OF BURDSBANK. 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure chequy gu. and or. LESLIE 

OF FlNDRASSIE. 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(1st and 4th quarters). Leslie of 
Powis. 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure indented and parted per pale 
of the second and first. Leslie of 
Torrie. 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(1st and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters 1 ), all within a bordure 
chequy az. and arg. Leslie OF 
Denlugas (1814). 

Arg. on a bend az. three acorns or, 
a crescent in chief of the second (1st 
and 4th quarters). Muirhead of 
Bredisholm (2nd matric. 1842). 

Arg. on a bend sa. three escallops 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters for Dish- 
ington). Hamilton of Kilbrack- 
month. 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(3rd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Lieut.-Col. W. Stewart 
Balfour (1837). 

Arg. on a bend az. three stags' 
heads cabossed or (1st quarter of 3rd 
grand quarter for Stanley). Duke OF 
Athole (1865). 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(4th quarter of coat of 6 quarters). 
Richardson of Pitfour (1826). 

Arg. on a bend az. three stags' 
heads cabossed or (4th quarter, for 
Derby, of coat of 8 quarters impaled 
by Macgregor). Captain Evan John 
Murray Macgregor (1809). 

Arg. on a bend az. three buckles or 
(4th quarter of coat of 6 quarters). 
Major J. Alston Stewart (1830). 

Az. on a bend arg. three mullets 
gu. Bisset, Aberdeen. { 

1 Altered to 1st and 4th quarters, all within a 
bordure az. with the Gron arms on an escutcheon 
en surtout. See note in Register without date. 



Bend — continued. 

Az. on a bend or three trefoils vert. 
Hervey of Broadley. 

Gu. on a bend or a baton az., within 
a bordure of the second charged with 
six garbs of the third. Elliot OF 
Binks, " now of Swinsyde" (1697). 

Az. on a bend or three pelicans 
ppr., all within a bordure embattled of 
the second. Captain Crammond 

(1704). 

Az. on a bend arg. three trefoils 
slipped vert. Sir George Harvey, 
P., R.S.A. (1 87 1). 

Az. on a bend arg. three roses gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Balcomie). 
LEARMONTH OF BALCOMIE. 

Az. on a bend cotised arg. three 
billets sa. (4th quarter for Haggerston 
of Haggerston), in the centre of the 
shield a crescent sa. Constable 
Maxwell of Terregles (1875). 

Erm. on a bend az. a magnetic 
needle pointing to a polar star or ( 1 st 
and 4th quarters for Petty) ; on an 
escutcheon of pretence Nairne, etc., 
quarterly. Marchioness of Lans- 

DOWNE AND BARONESS NAIRNE 

(1878). 

Erm. on a bend sa. two arms 
issuing out of clouds rending the 
shoe of a horse, all ppr. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Borlace Warren of 
Little Marlow (1780). 

Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton 
az., within a bordure of the second 
surmounted of another of the third, 
the last charged with four crescents 
and as many mullets arg. and of the 
second alternately. Eliot of Borth- 

WICKBRAE (1767). 

Gu. on a bend engrailed or a flute 
az., within a bordure engrailed of the 
second charged with eight mullets of 
the third. Mr. Adam Eliot, third 
son of Bedrule. 

Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton 
az. Elliot of Stobs (1st matric. 
1666). 

Gu. on a bend indented or a flute 
of the first. Eliot of Erkletoun 
(1676). 

Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton 



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BEND 



Bend — continued. 

az., within a bordure verry. Sir 
Gilbert Elliot (1693). 

Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton 
az., within a bordure of the second 
charged with eight mullets of the third. 
Elliot of Peebles (1779). 

Gu. on a bend arg. a saltire couped 
between two crescents sa. Wason 
OF Blair, Girvan, co. Ayr (1886). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first. Anna, 
Duchess of Buccleuch. 

Or, on a bend az. an annulet of the 
first between two pheons issuing out of 
the same ppr. Walter Comrie, D.D. 

Or, on a bend wavy az. three 
lozenges of the first. Haliburton of 
Eaglescairnie. 

Or, on a bend, the upper side wavy 
and the nether engrailed az., three 
lozenges of the first. William Haly- 
burton. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six 
points between two crescents arg., 
and in base a bow and arrow of the 
second. Scott of Hassinden. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, all within a 
bordure compony gu. and arg. Scott 
of Gorrenberrie. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, within a 
bordure engrailed gu., a martlet for 
difference. Scott of Lethim. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six 
points between two crescents of the 
field, in base an arrow bend-ways ppr., 
feathered, headed, and barbed arg. 
Scott of Malleny. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, within a 
bordure engrailed gu., a mullet for 
difference. Scott OF Pitlochie. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, within a 
bordure engrailed gu. Scot of 
SCOTSTARVIT. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, all within a 
bordure parted per pale gu. and az., 
the dexter side engrailed, the sinister 
indented. SCOTT OF VODNIE. 



Bend — continued. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, within a 
bordure engrailed gu., charged with 
eight besants. James Scott, Sheriff- 
Clerk of Edinburgh. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first, within a 
bordure of the second. Scott of 
BURNHEAD (1758). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet pierced 
between two crescents of the field, 
within a bordure engrailed sa., charged 
with four escallops of the first. Scott 
of Trabroun (1765). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, in chief a 
crescent gu., all within a bordure en- 
grailed of the last. Scott of Bal- 
COMIE (1773). 

Or, on a bend az. a buckle between 
two mascles of the first. Haliburton 

OF MUIRHOUSLAW (1825). 

Or, on a bend engoulee of two 
dragons' heads vert a galley, oars in 
action, of the first. Alexander 
Anderson, New South Wales (1863). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, within a 
bordure compony of the second and 
first, charged in the middle chief with 
a crescent counter- changed. SCOTT 
OF Ho\vcleuch, co. Selkirk (1876). 

Or, on a bend sa. three escallops of 
the first. The Rev. Henry John 
Graham, Vicar of Ashampstead 
(1878). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, within a 
bordure engrailed gu., a crescent for 
difference (1st and 4th quarters). 
George Scott, Steward of Orkney. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first, within a 
bordure compony of the second and 
first (1st and 4th quarters). Mac- 
millan- Scott of Wauchope, co. 
Roxburgh (1S76). 

Or, on a bend az. a spur - revel 
between two crescents of the first, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the second (2nd quarter). 
Lord Napier (1810). 



BEND 



'7 



Bend — continued. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet arg. 
between two crescents of the first, 
within a bordure of the second charged 
with two crescents in chief and a 
mullet in base as the former (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Scott Chisholm of 
Stirches (1853). 

Quarterly, or and gu., a bend en- 
grailed sa. charged with three cross 
crosslets fitchee arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure arg., 
charged with three cushions gu. 

IVERACH OF WlDEFORD (1S67). 

Sa. on a bend or three martlets 
("or Kinnerrie birdes ") vert. KlN- 

NEAR OF THAT ILK. 

Sa. on a bend or three martlets 
vert, within a bordure of the second 
(1st and 4th quarters). GEORGE 
Kinnear, merchant, Edinburgh 
(1818). 

Sa. on a bend or three martlets 
vert, within a bordure of the second 
(1st and 4th quarters). BALFOUR- 
Kinnear OF Birstane, co. Orkney 
(1S88). 
(5) On a Bend ... a chief ... on a 
chief ... or in chief . . . 

Arg. on a bend sa. three mascles of 
the first, a chief of the second charged 
with as many spur-revels or. Brand 
of Baberton. 

Arg. on a bend az. surmounted of a 
hunting-horn sa. three buckles or ; on 
a chief party per pale in tierce of the 
first and second, in the middle three 
bells of the fourth, in the dexter and 
sinister a saltire engrailed of the third 
between four mullets gu. Robert 
Luke of Greenfield. 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. three 
buckles or, in chief a lion's head erased 
gu. Stirling of Bankell. 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. three 
buckles or, in chief on an oaken branch 
slipped vert a raven ppr. Stirling 
of Law. 

Arg. a bend engrailed az. charged 
with three buckles or ; on a chief gu. 
a naked arm issuing out of a cloud 
from the sinister side grasping a sword 
in pale, and guarding therewith an 



Bend — continued. 

imperial crown placed in the dexter 
chief point ppr., all within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory of thistles 
vert. Stirling of Gloeat. 

Arg. on a bend az. three acorns or, 
in chief a heart ppr. within a fetterlock 
sa. MOREHEAD OF HERBERTSHIRE 

(1788). 

Arg. on a bend sa. three buckles or, 
in the sinister chief a crescent of the 
second. STIRLING OF KlPPENDAVIF 
(1883). 

Az. on a bend between a buck's 
head couped and three cross crosslets 
fitchee arg. a mullet gu., within a bor- 
dure or, on a chief of the second three 
escallops of the third. ELIZABETH 
Petrie, wife of Bennis (sic) Berry, 
London (1800). 

Erm. on a bend az. an escutcheon 
or charged with a holly bush, sur- 
mounted by a crook and hunting-horn 
saltire-ways ppr., on a chief gu. the 
white horse of Hanover between two 
eastern crowns or. James Burnes, 
K.H. (2nd matric. 1S51). 

Gu. on a bend or two cinquefoils az., 
in the sinister canton a crescent sur- 
mounted of a cross crosslet fitchee of 
the first. 1 John Cook, Pittenweem. 

Gu. on a bend arg. three crescents 
az., in the sinister chief point a spur- 
revel of the second. Napier of 
Kilmahewgh. 

Gu. on a bend invected or a flute 
az., in chief a lion passant guardant 
arg., imperially crowned ppr. Elliot 

OF WOOLLIE (WOLFLEE) (1780). 

Gu. on a bend or a flute of the first, 
in the sinister chief point a mortar 
ppr. Elliot of Lariston (1793). 

Gu. on a bend engrailed or a baton 
az., on a chief of the last a castle 
winged with turrets between two pillars 
arg., masoned sa., the gate charged 
with a key of the second, and below 

1 From the representation of the arms given 
in the original Patent, in possession of John 
Cook, Esq., Aberdeen, the correct blazon should 
run thus : — " On a sinister canton argent a cross 
crosslet fitchee issuing out of a crescent of the 
first." 

C 



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BEND 



Bend — continued. 

the same the word "Gibraltar." 
Eliott of Stobs and Wells (1859). 

Gu. on a bend or two cinquefoils 
az., on a sinister canton arg. a cross 
crosslet fitchee issuing out of a crescent 
of the first, all within a bordure of the 
second. JOHN COOK, W.S. (1876). 

Or, on a bend az. three mascles . . . 
in the sinister chief point a buckle of 
the first. HALYBURTON OF NEW- 
MAINS. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, in chief a 
rose gu., all within a bordure sa. 
charged with six escallops arg. SCOT 
of Galashiels (1st matric). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, in the 
sinister chief point a rose gu., stalked 
and barbed ppr. Scot OF Harden. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six 
points between two crescents of the 
field, in the sinister chief point a rose 
gu., stalked and barbed ppr., sur- 
mounted of a crescent arg. SCOT OF 
HAYC HESTER. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six 
points between two crescents of the 
first, in the sinister chief point a rose 
gu., stalked and barbed ppr., sur- 
mounted of a martlet arg. Scot of 
Thirlestane. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, in chief a 
broken lance gu., a crescent for differ- 
ence. Scot of Toderick. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six 
points between two crescents of the 
first, in the sinister chief point a rose 
gu., stalked and barbed ppr., sur- 
mounted of an annulet (arg.) Scot 
of Wall. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, in chief a 
broken lance gu. Scot OF Whyt- 

SLAID. 

Or, on a bend engrailed azure three 
buckles of the first, in chief a colum- 
bine slipped ppr. John Stirling, 
merchant, Dundee. 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six 
points between tw crescents of the 



Bend — continued. 

field, and in the sinister chief point a 
rose gu. stalked and barbed vert, all 
within a bordure sa. Scott of Sin- 
ton (1723 ?). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first, in the 
sinister chief point a sword in pale ppr. 
Captain Robert Scott of Hors- 
lehill (1 735)- 

Or, on a bend engrailed gu. three 
escallops arg., in chief an oak tree 
growing out of a mount, and in base a 
stag tripping ppr. ARCHIBALD HlN- 
SHELWOOD, Halifax (1765). 

Or, on a bend engrailed gu. an 
estoile between two crescents of the 
field, in the sinister chief a dove hold- 
ing in its beak an olive branch ppr. 
Helenus Scott, H.E.I.C.S. (181 1). 

Or, on a bend gu. a ram passant 
arg., on a canton erm. a demi-savage 
ppr., holding in his dexter hand a club 
vert and the sinister supporting a chain 
affixed to a girdle round his loins az. 
Samuel Matthew Clogstoun, 
London ( 1813). 

Or, on a bend engrailed az. a mullet 
between two crescents of the field, in 
the sinister chief a dove holding in its 
beak an olive branch ppr. Robert 
Scott, New South Wales (1838). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first, on a chief 
gu. a stag tripping also of the first 
between two boars' heads couped 

arg. ROBSON SCOTT OF ASHTREES 

(1859). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first, within a 
bordure of the third, on a chief gu. a 
stag tripping also of the first between 
two boars' heads couped arg. Rob- 
son Scott of Newton (1859). 

Or, on a bend az. between two 
griffins' heads erased of the second a 
mullet between as many crescents of 
the first, on a chief arg. supported by 
a fillet erm. a chevron gu. between 
three trefoils slipped vert. SCOT OF 
Craigmuie (1862). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet between 
two crescents of the field, in chief a 



BEND 



19 



Bend — continued. 

rose gu., barbed vert (1st and 4th 
quarters). Scott of Galashiels 
(2nd matric. 1793). 

Or, on abend sa. three mascles arg., 
a chief (az.) charged with as many 
mullets of the third (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Brand) ; over all an es- 
cutcheon gyronny of eight erm. and 
gu., within a bordure engrailed of the 
last for Campbell of Lundy. Sir 
Thomas Brand (1721). 

Or, on a bend az. three mascles of 
the first, in the sinister chief point a 
buckle of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Haliburtoii). SCOTT OF 
ABBOTSFORD (1st matric. 1820, 2nd 
do. 1 82 2). 

Or, on a bend az. a mullet of six points 
between two crescents of the field, and 
in the sinister chief point a rose gu. 
stalked and barbed ppr. surmounted 
of a martlet arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). SCOTT Kerr OF Chatto 

(1837). 

Or, on a bend az. three mascles of 
the first, in the sinister chief point a 
buckle of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). LOCKHART SCOTT OF 

Abbotsford (1848). 

Or, on a bend az. three mascles of 
the first, in the sinister chief point a 
buckle of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Mrs. Hope Scott of 
Abbotsford (1853). 
(6) On a Bend between . . . 

Arg. on a bend between two mullets 
az. three crescents of the first. 
Archibald of Blackhall. 

Arg. on a bend between two mullets 
az. three crescents of the first, within 
a bordure engrailed of the second. 
William Archibald, governor to 
Mr. William Tolmash, son to the 
Duchess of Lauderdale. 

Arg. on a bend between two goats' 
heads erased az. a crescent between 
two cinquefoils of the first. Herbert- 

SON OF BRACHNIE. 

Arg. on a bend az. between three 
oaken slips vert, acorned ppr., as many 
buckles or. Leslie OF Oustens. 

Arg. on a bend between three boars' 



Bend — continued. 

heads erased az. a man's heart 
(ppr.) within a fetterlock or. LOCK- 
HART OF BlRKHILL. 

Arg. on a bend between a martlet 
in chief az. and a hunting-horn in base 
sa. stringed of the second, two cres- 
cents of the first. JAMES 1'ILMURF, 
portioner of Cupar Angus. 

Arg. on a bend az. between two 
roses gu. a thistle slipped and two 
fleurs de lys or. James Rome, third 
son of Clouden. 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween a rose in chief and a boar's 
head cabossed in base gu. three buckles 
or. Stirling of Craigbarnet. 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween two roses gu., three buckles or. 
Stirling of Herbertshire. 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween a rose in chief gu. and a trepan 
in base ppr. three buckles or. GEORGE 
Stirling, surgeon in Edinburgh. 

Arg. on a bend cotised sa. between 
two garbs gu. three crosses pate"e 
of the first. Col. Walter Whyt- 
foord. 

Arg. on a bend sa. between two boars' 
heads erased gu. a buckle between 
two mascles of the field. SPENS OF 
Lathallan (1st matric. 1764). 

Arg. on a bend sa. between two 
boars' heads erased gu. a buckle 
charged with a crescent of the third 
between two mascles of the first. 
Nathaniel Spens ( 1 st matric. 1764). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween two triple-leaved slips of oak 
ppr. a mullet between two crescents 
or, all within a bordure embattled gu. 
Captain George Scott (1776). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. three 
buckles or between a moors head 
couped in chief ppr., banded of the 
third, and in base a garb of the 
second. Stirling of Mansfield 
(1st matric. 1788, 2nd matric. 1792). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween two roses gu., seeded or and 
barbed vert, three buckles of the 
fourth, all within a bordure of the 
fifth. Stirling of Faskine (1798). 



20 



BEND 



Bend — continued. 

Arg. on a bend engrailed [between 
two lions rampant gu. three crescents 
of the field, within a bordure chequy 
of the first and az. COOPER OF FAIL- 
FORD (ist matric. 1805). 

Arg. on a bend az. between two 
galleys, oars in action, sa., flags and 
pinnets flying barry of the third and 
or, three acorns of the last. James 
Patrick Muirhead, advocate ( 1 843). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed between 
two lions rampant gu. three crescents 
of the field, all within a bordure 
chequy of the first and az. (ist 
quarter). COOPER OF FAILFORD 
(3rd matric. 1852). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween two roses gu. three buckles or 
(ist and 4th quarters). GRAHAM 
Stirling of Duchray (1798). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed between 
two lions rampant gu. three crescents 
of the field, within a bordure chequy 
of the first and az. ( 1 st and 4th quarters). 
Cooper of Failford (2nd matric. 

1839). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween two roses gu., barbed vert, 
three buckles or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Stirling). JOHN Glas, 
surgeon ( 1 8 1 2 ). 

Arg. on a bend engrailed az. be- 
tween a rose in chief and a boar's 
head cabossed in base gu. three 
buckles or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Gartshore Stirling of Craig- 
BARNET (1818) [impaling Miller]. 

Arg. on a bend gu. between two 
griffins' heads couped vert three 
martlets or (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Cosens). Cosens-Weir of Bogan- 
GREEN (1865). 

Az. on a bend between three owls 
or as many thistles vert. JOSEPH 
STACIE, Ross Herald. 

Az. on a bend between two eastern 
crowns or a fox courant ppr. Sir 
William Wyllie, K.C.B. (1868). 

Az. on a bend or between two bears' 
heads couped arg., muzzled gu., three 
escallops sa. John Scobie, Keoldale, 
co. Sutherland (1S85). 



Bend — continued. 

Az. on a bend between three boars' 
heads erased or a crescent arg., within 
a bordure of the last. M'Haffie- 
Gordon of Corsmalzie, co. Wigtown 
(1886). 

Az. on a bend engrailed arg. 
between three fraises of the last as 
many water-bougets sa. (ist and 4th 
quarters). \V. M. Fraser, M.D. 

(1798). 

Az. on a bend engrailed arg. 
between three fraises of the last as 
many water - bougets sa. ( 1 st and 
4th quarters) ; in the centre of the 
shield a crescent erminois. Major 
Charles Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1803). 

Az. on a bend engrailed between 
three fraises arg. as many water- 
bougets sa. (ist and 4th quarters); 
in the centre a mullet sa. HUGH 
Fraser, Secy, to H.M. Embassy at 
Rome (1884). 

Gu. on a bend between a cross 
crosslet fitchee in chief and a fleur de 
lys in base arg. three spur-revels of 
the first. Robert Liddell, Edin- 
burgh. 

Gu. on a bend invected or between 
three crescents arg. a baton az. 
Charles Elliot, Edinburgh (1779). 

Or, on a bend az. between three 
boars' heads erased sa. as many 
lozenges of the first. Haliburton 
OF PlTCUR. 

Or, on a bend az. between three 
lions' heads erased gu. as many cres- 
cents of the field. Francis Scot, 
Keeper of the Lords of Session 
Minute Book. 

Or, on a bend engrailed between a 
rose in chief and a martlet in base gu. 
three buckles of the field. Archibald 
Stirling. 

Or, on a bend gu. between two 
lions rampant vert three allcrions arg. 
Lorraine of Angelraw (1774). 

Or, on a bend sinister az. between 
three leopards' heads, 2 and 1 ppr. a 
pelican vulning herself of the first. 
Waldie of Hendersyde (1829). 

Or, on a bend az. between two 
eagles' heads erased gu., each holding 



BEND 



21 



Bend —continued. 

in its beak a laurel branch ppr., a 
mullet between two crescents of the 
first, (on a dexter canton erm. a silver 
medal with three clasps). Scott OF 
Wooden (1856). 

Or, on a bend gu. between a galley 
in chief of the second and an anchor 
in base az. three mullets of the field, 
on a chief of the third a salmon with 
a ring in its mouth proper. PETER 
CLOUSTON, Lord Provost of Glasgow 

(1863). 

Or, on a bend between an eagle dis- 
played in chief and a boar's head 
couped in base sa. five fusils arg. 
Rev. James Charles, D.D., Minister 
of Kirkcowan, Wigtownshire (1870). 

Or, on a bend az. between two 
annulets sa. a mullet between two 
crescents arg. Young-Scott of 
Redfordhill, co. Peebles (1878). 

Or, on a bend az. between two 
martlets sa. three roses arg., barbed and 
seeded vert, on a chief gu. a crescent 
between two mullets of the first. 
Younger of Auchencastle, co. 
Dumfries (2nd matric. 1S92). 

Or, on a bend engrailed az. between 
two martlets sa. three roses arg., 
barbed and seeded vert, on a chief 
gu. a crescent between two mullets 
of the first. YOUNGER OF BENMORE, 
co. Argyll (1892). 

Or, on a bend embattled counter- 
embattled az. between two martlets sa. 
three roses arg., barbed and seeded 
vert, on a chief gu. a crescent between 
two mullets of the first. John 
Younger, Colonel R.A. (1892). 

Or, on a bend between two 
griffins' heads erased az. a mullet 
between two crescents of the first 
(1st and 4th quarters) ; over all on an 
escutcheon of pretence Lever. GOLDIE 
Scot of Craigmuie (1868). 

Or, on a bend az. a spur -revel 
between two crescents of the field, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the second, within a bordure 
of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Captain William Little Stewart 
(1851). 



Bend — continued. 

Quarterly, erm. and vert, over all a 
bend or charged with a stag in full speed 
ppr. between two mullets of the second. 
Archibald Hood of Rosedale, co. 
Midlothian (1S91 ). 

Sa. on a bend arg. between two 
cotises or three martlets az. Norvell 
OF BOGHALL. 

Sa. on a bend engrailed arg. between 
two cotises or three walnut leaves vert. 
Sir Jonathan Wather Waller, 
Bart. (1 816). 

Sa. on a bend between three 
mascles, two in chief and one in base 
or, a dove with an olive branch in its 
beak ppr. between a mullet and 
crescent az. James Scott-Mitchell, 
Sydney (i860). 
(7) Parted per Bend. 

Parted per bend or and sa., three 
dexter hands appaume' and erected, 2 
and 1, gu. Adair of Kinhilt. 

Parted per bend indented arg. and 
gu., two crescents in chief and a mullet 
in base counter-changed. James 
Allan, W.S. 

Parted per bend . . . arg. and gu., 
in chief a crescent of the second, 
and in base a stag's head couped or. 
Robert Allan, Rotterdam. 

Parted per bend arg. and az., three 
mullets counter-changed. Andrew 
of Nethertarvit. 

Parted per bend or and sa., a lion 
rampant, within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory, all counter-changed. 
John Buchannan, surgeon, Stirling. 

Parted per bend sanguine and vert, 
two greyhounds courant bendways arg. 
Clayhills of Innergourie. 

Parted per bend az. and gu., in 
chief three mullets and in base as 
many pheons or. John Johns, Pro- 
curator Fiscal to the Commissariot of 
Glasgow. 

Parted per bend sa. and az., three 
bars or. James Kenan, Dumfries. 

Parted per bend indented arg. and 
gu., in chief three crescents, 2 and 1, 
and in base a mullet, all counter- 
changed. John Allen, London 

(1779)- 



BEND — BENDLET 



Bend — contin ued. 

Parted per bend az. and arg., in 
chief a star of sixteen points or, and in 
base another az. ; over all on a bend 
sa. a lion passant of the second be- 
tween two crosses moline of the third. 
Hagart of Bantaskine (ist matric. 

1814). 

Parted per bend vert and arg., in 

chief a lion rampant of the second, and 

in base three papingoes of the first, 

beaked and membered gu., on a chief 

or a buckle between two boars' heads 

couped az. FERGUSSON-HOME OF 

Bassendean (i860). 

Parted per bend or and arg., a 
fess chequy az. and of the second, in 
chief a stag's head couped of the 
third. Stewart of Calderpark 
(1868). 

Parted per bend indented erm. and 
gu., in sinister chief a stag's head 
erased of the second, attired or, 
and in dexter base a crescent arg. 
James Allan, shipowner, Glasgow 
(1870). 

Parted per bend indented erm. and 
gu., in sinister chief a stag's head erased 
of the second, attired or, and in dexter 
base a crescent arg. within a bordure 
or. Alexander Allan, shipowner, 
Glasgow (1 870). 

Parted per bend indented erm. and 
gu., in sinister chief a stag's head erased 
of the second, attired or, and in dexter 
base a crescent arg. within a bordure 
sa. Bryce Allan, shipowner, Liver- 
pool (1870). 

Parted per bend indented arg. and 
gu., in chief three crescents 2, and 1, 
and in base a mullet, within a bor- 
dure, all counter-changed. Allen OF 
Inchmartinf., co. Perth (187S). 

Parted per bend wavy arg. and az., 
in chief a crescent and in base a mullet 
counter-changed. Robert Calder 
Allen, C.B. (1882). 

Parted per bend or and erm., a cock 
gu. William Thomas Law, M.D., 
London (1887). 

Parted per bend vert and or, in the 
sinister chief a ram's head cabossed 
arg., armed of the second, and in the 



Bend — continued. 

dexter base a lion rampant sa. Watson 
Shennan of Conical Hills, New 
Zealand (1891). 

Parted per bend az. and arg., in chief 
a star of sixteen points or, and in base 
another az.; overall on a bend sa. a lion 
passant of the second between two 
crosses moline of the third (ist and 
4th quarters). Hagart of Bantas- 
kine (2nd matric. 1824). 

Parted per bend embattled gu. and 
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters of ist 
grand quarter) ; en surtont of the 
latter Boyle of Kelburne. EARL OF 
Glasgow (1869). 

Parted per bend sinister engrailed 
or and sa., a lion rampant counter- 
changed (2nd quarter for French). 
William John Struth ( 1 8 1 1 ). 

Parted per bend embattled gu. and 
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 
3rd grand quarters); over the latter 
on an escutcheon Boyle of Kelburne. 
The College of the Holy Spirit, 
Cumbrae (1874). 
Bends (2). 

Arg. two bends sa., the upper one 
engrailed. Lever on an escutcheon 
of pretence over Goldie Scot of 
Craigmuie (1868). 

Gu. two bends vair arg. and sa., on 
a chief or a greyhound courant sa. 
between two towers gu. James Ford, 
Montrose (1804). 
Eends (3). 

Arg. three bends sa., each charged 
with as many roses of the field (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Penrose) ; over 
all on an escutcheon the arms of 
Gordo/i of Gordonston. CUMMING- 
Gordon of Altyre (1795). 
Bendlet. 

Or, a bendlet between a stag's head 
erased in chief and a hunting-horn in 
base sa., garnished gu. Porterfield 
of that Ilk. 

Or, a bendlet between a stag's 
head erased in chief and a hunting- 
horn in base sa., garnished gu., a 
crescent for difference {Porterfield 
impaled by Drinnmond). DAME 
Margaret Porterfield. 



BESANT— BOWS 



23 



Besant. 

Az. a besant between three boars' 
heads erased or. Gordon of Earl- 
ston. 

Az. a besant between three mullets 
arg. Murray of Pennyland. 

Az. a besant between three mullets 
arg., another for difference. Murray 
of Clairden. 

Az. a besant between three escallops 
or. Pringle of Newhall. 

Az. a besant between three boars' 
heads erased or, langued gu., within a 
bordure of the second, charged with 
nine lozenges of the first. GORDON 
of Culvennan ( 1 77 1 ). 

Az. a besant between three mullets 
arg. (2nd quarter for Murray of 
Pennyland). Murray Thriepland 
of Fingask (1826). 

Az. a besant between three garbs or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for dimming). 
Farquharson of Houghton. 

Gu. a besant between two towers 
triple-towered in chief arg., masoned 
sa., and a garb in base or. Aberdeen 
Town and County Banking Com- 
pany (1863). 
Billet. 

Arg. a billet az. between three holly 
leaves in chief vert and a hunting-horn 
in base sa., garnished gu. Robert 
Burnet, Procurator Fiscal, Aber- 
deen. 

Az. a billet arg. between three boars' 
heads couped or. GORDON OF 
Newark. 
Birds, Bunting. 

Arg. three bunting birds ppr., on a 
chief az. a sword in fess of the first. 

BONTEIN (BUNTINE) OF KlLBRIDE. 

Bishop. 

Arg. a bishop standing on the 
sinister habited in a long robe close 
girt purp. mitred, and holding in his 
left hand a crosier or, and pointing 
with the right to St. Boniface on the 
dexter side, clothed and both his hands 
laid on his breast ppr. Episcopal 
See of Ross. 
Boar. 

Gu. a boar passant or. Baird 

OF AUCHMEDDEN. 



Boar — continued. 

Gu. a boar passant or, on a canton 
erm. a sword in pale ppr. Baird of 
Newbyth. 

Gu. a boar passant or, on a canton 
erm. a sword in pale ppr. surmounted 
of a crescent of the first. Baird of 
Saughtonhall (1st matric.) 

Gu. a boar passant or with a chain 
about his neck reflexed between his 
legs affixed to an anchor in the sea in 
base, all ppr. Baird of Craigtown 

(1743). 

Gu. a wild boar passant or, on a 
canton erm. a sword in pale ppr. 
[impaling Wauchope\ Baird of 
Saughtonhall (2nd matric. 1845). 

Gu. a boar passant or (1st and 4th 
quarters of 3rd grand quarter for 
Baird of Auchmedderi). Fraser 

OF FlNDRACK (1864). 

Bodkin. 

Gu. a tailor's bodkin ppr. hafted or 
(4th quarter). INCORPORATION OF 
Tailors of Aberdeen (1682 ?). 

Body, Human — see Man. 

Bone. 

Sa. a thigh bone in fess surmounted 
of another in pale arg., on a canton of 
the last a vulture ppr. Baynes of 
Harefield, co. Middlesex (1805). 

Book. 

Az. a book expanded ppr. between 
three flames of fire or, all within a 
bordure engrailed arg. charged with 
mullets and cross crosslets of the first 
(sic). William Smith, merchant, 
Edinburgh. 

Boughpot. 

Az. a boughpot or charged with 
three salmon in fret ppr., and con- 
taining as many lilies of the garden, 
the dexter in bud, the centre full 
blown, and the sinister half blown, also 
ppr., flowered arg., issuant downwards 
from the middle chief amid rays of 
the sun a dexter hand holding an 
open book, likewise ppr. (1st quarter). 
University of Aberdeen (1888). 

Bows (2). 

Vert, two bows in full bend pale- 
ways or, stringed arg. between three 
sheaves of arrows, two in chief and one 



BOWS— BUCKLE 



Bows (2) — continued. 

in base of the second. BOWER OF KlN- 
NETTLES. 

Vert, two bows on full bend in pale 
or, stringed arg., between as many 
sheaves of arrows in fess of the second, 
banded of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Alexander Bower St. 
Clair (1852). 
Branch, Holly. 

Arg. a holly branch between three 
bay leaves slipped vert. John FOULIS, 
Edinburgh. 
Branches (3), Holly — see also Leaves. 

Arg. three holly branches, each con- 
sisting of as many leaves ppr., banded 
gu., within a bordure indented vert. 
Irvine of Ardtamford. 

Arg. three small sheaves (branches) 
of holly, 2 and 1, vert, each consisting 
of as many leaves slipped, banded 
gu. Irvine of Drum. 

Arg. three holly branches, each con- 
sisting of as many leaves ppr., banded 
gu., within a bordure engrailed vert. 
Irvine of Fedderet. 

Arg. three holly branches, each 
consisting of as many leaves ppr., 
banded gu., within a bordure vert and 
verdoy of six leaves slipped of the 
first. Irvine of Lairnie. 

Arg. three holly branches, each 
consisting of as many leaves ppr., 
banded gu., within a bordure vert. 
Irvine of Lentukk. 

Arg. three holly branches, 2 and 1, 
each consisting of as many leaves 
slipped (ppr.), banded gu., within a bor- 
dure nebuly of the second. JOHN 
Irvine, merchant, Gottenburg ( 1 757). 

Arg. three holly branches, each con- 
sisting of as many leaves ppr., banded 
gu., within a bordure of the last, 
charged with three mullets or. ALEX- 
ANDER Irvine, Lieutenant 1st Foot 
Guards (1788). 

Arg. three holly branches, 2 and 1, 
vert, each consisting of as many 
leaves slipped, banded gu., within a 
bordure of the last. James Henry 
Irvine, Dublin (1797). 

Arg. three holly branches, each 
consisting of as many leaves ppr., 



Branches (3), Holly — continued. 

banded gu., within a bordure en- 
grailed vert (1st and 4th quarters). 
Irvine of Cairnfield. 

Arg. three holly branches, each 
consisting of as many leaves ppr., 
banded gu., within a bordure chequy 
vert and of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Irvine OF Kinconsie. 

Branch, Laurel. 

Arg. a laurel branch ppr. between 
two roses gu. John Lorimer, M.D. 

0794)- 
Branch, Palm. 

Az. a palm branch between three 
fleurs de lys or ( 1 st and 4th 
quarters). Montgomerie OF Broom- 

LANDS. 

Az. a palm branch between three 
fleurs de lys or, another for a differ- 
ence ( 1 st and 4th quarters). William 
Montgomerie. 

Az. a branch of palm between three 
fleurs de lys or (1st and 4th quarters 
of 3rd grand quarter), in the centre 
of the latter a crescent or. Ramsay- 
Fairfax of Maxton, co. Roxburgh 

(1877). 
Bridge. 

Az. a wooden bridge fess-ways, the 
middle arch cut through and hanging 
down or, with a river transfluent ppr. 
between three battle-axes erect arg. 
Wright of Haston (1751). 

Gu. a bridge of one arch arg., 
masoned sa., with streams transfluent. 
Alexander Bridge, portioner of 
Kingsbarns. 
Buckle. 

Az. a buckle between three garbs 
or. CUMMING OF AUCHRY. 

Az. a buckle arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or, all within a 
bordure of the second. FERGUSON 

OF PlTFOUR. 

Az. a buckle arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or, within a bor- 
dure embattled of the third. MAJOR 
JAMES FERGUSON, Col. Lauder's Regi- 
ment. 

Az. a buckle between three boars 
heads couped or. fOHN Gordon, 
Bailie of Banff, 



BUCKLE— CASTLE 



25 



Buckle — continued. 

Az. a buckle or between two wolves' 
heads in chief and an escallop in base 
arg. LUMSDEN OF CUSHING. 

Az. a buckle arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or. Ferguson 
(Fergusson) of Kilkerran (1st 
matric. 17 19). 

Az. a buckle arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or, within a bor- 
dure of the third, charged with four 
cross crosslets fitchee gu. William 
Ferguson, London (1761). 

Az. a buckle between three garbs or, 
within a bordure arg. Sir John 
CUMMING, Knt. (1782). 

Az. a buckle arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or ( 1 st quarter). 
Fergusson of Kilkerran (2nd 
matric. 18 So). 

Az. a buckle between two boars' 
heads couped in chief and two arrows 
in saltire, points downwards, in base 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters). FER- 
gusson-Pollok (1886). 

Az. a buckle arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Fergussofi). Dal- 
rymple of New Hailes, co. Mid- 
lothian (1887). 

Az. a buckle arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or, within a bor- 
dure of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Fergusson-Buchanan of Auchen- 
torlie, co. Dumbarton (1890). 

Or, a buckle az. between three 
cinquefoils gu., on a chief engrailed sa. 
three escallops of the field. Graham 

OF LYMEK1LNS (1772). 

Or, a buckle az. between three 
cinquefoils gu., on a chief engrailed sa. 
three escallops of the field (1st and 
4th quarters). Barns-Graham of 
CRAIGALLIAN, co. Stirling (1884). 
Buckles (3). 

Az. three buckles in fess between 
as many boars' heads couped or, 
within a bordure chequy of the second 
and first. ALEXANDER GORDON, 
Tobago (1788). 

Az. three buckles or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. 

MdNTEITH OF CAKIHBER. 



Buckles (3) — continued. 

Az. three buckles or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). George Monteith. 

Az. three buckles or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Menteath of Closeburn (1838). 
Bugle — see Hunting-Horn. 
Bull. 

Or, a bull passant gu., on a chief of 
the last two geds' heads couped of the 
first. William Geddes Borron, 
Ardrossan (1868). 
Bundles, Holly— sec Branches. 
Bush, Flaming. 

Gu. a flaming bush on the top of a 
mount ppr. between three lions ram- 
pant arg., in the flanks two roses of the 
last. Branderof Pitgaveny (1777). 
Gu. a flaming bush on the top of a 
mount ppr. between three lions ram- 
pant arg., in the flanks two roses of 
the last (1st and 4th quarters). 
Dame Mary Dunbar-Brander of 
Pitgaveny (1854). 

Canary Birds — see Martlets. 
Cannon. 

Arg. a cannon mounted on its 
carriage sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Burgh of Portobello (1886). 
Canton. 

Chequy or and az. on a canton gu. 
a lion rampant arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Borlace Warren of 
Little Marlow, Bucks. (1780). 

Vert, on a canton arg. an eye ppr. 
Master William Walker, Minister 
of the English Church in Barbadoes. 
Castle. 

Arg. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled sa., masoned of the first and 
topped with three fans gu., windows 
and portcullis shut of the last, situate 
on a rock ppr. Royal Burgh of 
Edinburgh (1732). 

Arg. a castle triple - towered and 
embattled sa., masoned of the first, 
windows and portcullis shut gu., situ- 
ate on a rock ppr. (1st and 4th 
quarters). EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW 
Bank (1849). 

Arg. a castle rising from the sea 
ppr. (2nd quarter). M'Neill OF 



26 



CASTLE— CAT 



Castle — continued. 

Barra (ist matric. 1806, 2nd do. 
1824). 

Arg. a castle triple - towered sa. 
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
arg., and in the centre of the shield on 
an escutcheon sa. a boar's head erased 
or. Campbell of Hallyards ( 1 8 1 4). 

Arg. a castle triple-towered sa. (3rd 
quarter) ; over all an escutcheon of the 
last charged with a bear's head erased 
or with a crescent in chief arg. Camp- 
bell of Barbreck (1768). 

Az. on a rock ppr. a castle arg. 
M'Aben of Knockdolian. 

Az. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled arg., masoned sa., windows 
and porch gu. Macleod of that 
Ilk. 

Az. on a mount in base a castle 
triple-towered without windows arg., 
masoned sa., the gate closed gu., sur- 
rounded with four oak trees disposed 
in orle of the second, the interstices 
of the field being semee of stars of six 
rays of the last. Royal Burgh of 
Stirling. 

Az. a castle triple - towered arg., 
masoned sa., standing on a rock ppr., 
doors and windows gu., on the top of 
the middle tower a cock, and on each 
of the others an eagle or ( 1 st quarter), 
all within a bordure or. CAPTAIN 
Alexander Campbell, H.E.I.C.S. 
( ist matric. 1815, 2nd do. 1816). 

Az. a castle of three towers arg., 
masoned sa., standing on a rock ppr., 
doors and windows gu., on the top of 
the middle tower a cock, and on the 
tops of each of the others an eagle or 
(ist quarter). Campbell of Dun- 
STAFFNAGE ( I st matric. 1 836, 2nd 
do. 18S9). 

Az. a castle arg., gated and win- 
dowed gu. (ist and 4th quarters). 
Macleod of Muiravonside (1 731). 

Az. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled arg., masoned sa., windows 
and porch gu. (ist and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure embattled or. 
Arthur Lyttelton MacLeod, Ar- 
ley Castle, co. Staffs. (1844). 

Az. a castle arg., gated and win- 



Castle — continued. 

dowed gu. (ist and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure arg., charged with 
four Eastern crowns gu. Lieut.-Gen. 

'•Tsir Charles Macleod, K.C.B. 

"(i853). 

Az. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled arg., masoned sa., port gu. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
William Mackinnon, Antigua 
(1726, recorded 1810). 

Az. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled arg., masoned sa., windows 
and portcullis gu. (2nd quarter). 
William Alexander Mackinnon, 
Albany House, co. Middlesex (181 1). 

Az. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled arg., masoned sa., windows 
and portcullis gu., between two anchors 
in fess ppr. (2nd quarter), all within a 
bordure indented or. Mackinnon 
of Strathaird, co. Argyle (1889). 

Az. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled arg., masoned sa., windows 
and portcullis shut gu., in the dexter 
chief point a mullet or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). William M'Leod Ban- 
natyne of that Ilk (1795). 

Az. a castle triple-towered and em- 
battled arg., masoned sa., windows 
arid portcullis gu. (4th quarter). 
Macleod of Cadboll (1784). 

Gu. a castle triple-towered arg. be- 
tween a Holy Lamb, cross, staff, and 
banner of St. Andrew on the dexter, 
and on the sinister the head of John the 
Baptist on a charger ppr., in base the 
sea az. Royal Burgh of Ayr. 

Gu. a castle arg., masoned sa., be- 
tween three cinquefoils erm., within a 
bordure potent counter-potent of the 
first and second. Archibald Hamil- 
ton, heir-male of Westburn (1774). 

Gu. a castle arg. ensigned with a 
ducal crown between three ships of 
war, sails furled or (ist and 4th 
quarters). James Moodie, Captain 
R.N. (1720). 
Cat. 

Arg. a cat salient arg. (2nd 
quarter). Smyth of Balhary ( 1 765). 

Az. a cat sejant in a watching 
posture, with her dexter paw extended 



CAT— CHEVRON 



27 



Cat — continued. 

arg. (3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
gu. Smith of Smithfield (1768). 

Az. a cat sejant in a watching pos- 
ture, with her dexter paw extended 
arg. (3rd quarter). Smith of Camno 
(1768). 

Az. a cat salient arg. (2nd 
quarter of 4th grand quarter for 
S my til). KlNLOCH OF KlNLOCH 

(1873). 

Cats a Mountain (3). 

Sa. three cats a mountain passant 
in pale spotted arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters). SCHIVEZ OF MuiRTON. 

Catharine Wheel — see Wheel. 

Chaplet. 

Arg. a chaplet vert, on a chief gu. 
three wolves' heads erased of the first, 
all within a bordure counter-compony 
of the first and azure. Robertson 

OF PlTMILLAN (i 763). 

Chevalier. 

Sa. a chevalier armed at all points 
cap a pic, brandishing a scimitar 
aloft mounted on horseback arg., 
within a bordure gu. Nevov (Nevay) 
of that Ilk. 

Sa. a chevalier on horseback armed 
at all points cap a pie, brandishing a 
scimitar aloft arg., within a bordure 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Nevay). 
Crawford of Overton, co. Lanark 
(1880). 

CHEVRON. 

(1) Chevron and Chevron within . . . 

(2) Chevron . . . a chief . . . on a 
chief. . . or in chief . . . 

(3) Chevron between . . . 

(4) Chevron between . . . a chief . . . 
on a chief . . . or in chief . . . 

(5) On a Chevron. 

(6) On a Chevron . . . in base . . . 

(7) On a Chevron between . . . 

(8) On a Chevron between . . . a chief 
. . . on a chief . . . or in chief . . . 

(9) Parted per Chevron. 

(1) Chevron and Chevron within . . . 

Az. a chevron erm. Lidderdale 
of St. Mary Isle. 

Az. a chevron erm. within a bordure 
engrailed arg. Thomas Lidderdale, 
London. 



Chevron — continued. 

Az. a chevron erm. within a bordure 
invected or. William Lidderdale, 
merchant, London (1891). 

Erm. a chevron gu. Taillefer 
of Haircleugh. 

Gu. a chevron within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters for Fleming). Earl 
OF WlGTON. 

Gu. a chevron within a double tres- 
sure flory counter-flory arg. ( 1 st quarter 
of 2nd grand quarter for Fleming). 
Lord Elphinstone (1864). 

Gu. a chevron within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters [for Fleming'] of 
2nd grand quarter), in the centre of 
the latter a mullet az. for differ- 
ence. Lady Osborne-Elphinstone 
(1870). 

Gu. a chevron within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
or charged with eight fleurs de lys az. 
Brooke Hamilton Gyll, co. Bucks. 

(1844). 

Or, a chevron vert. John Pink- 
erton, London ( 1 7 8 1 ). 

Or, a chevron crenelle within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Fleming of 
Ferme. 

Or, a chevron within a double tres- 
sure flory counter-flory gu. ( 1 st and 4th 
quarters), in the fess point a mullet 
for difference. LlEUT.-COL. John 
Fleeming. 

Or, a chevron within a double tres- 
sure flory counter-flory gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), in the fess point a 
mullet for difference [impaled by 
Graham]. MRS. MARIE FLEEMING, 
spouse to John Grahame, Commissary 
Clerk of Dunblane. 
(2) Chevron ... a chief ... on a 
chief ... or in chief . . . 

Arg. a chevron gu. and chief az. 
Masterton of Parkmill. 

Arg. a chevron gu. with a chief az. 



Masterton of 
Gogar ( 1 777)- 



Parkmill and 



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CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

Arg. a chevron az. and on a 
chief of the second a fleur de lys or 
between a pen ppr., full feathered of 
the first on the sinister and a Bible sa. 
on the dexter side ; in base a trefoil 

vert. GlLMORE OF TOWNSEND 

(1759). 

Arg. a chevron sa., in chief a cinque- 
foil gU. RlCKHART OF ARNAGE. 

Az. a chevron and in chief three 
crosses pate"e arg. Barclay of 

BURYHILL (1858). 

Az. a chevron and in chief three 
crosses patee arg. (2nd quarter). 
Barclay-Allardice (1883). 
(3) Chevron between . . . 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az. Abercrombie 
of Birkenrog. 

Arg. a chevron engrailed gu. 
between three boars' heads erased az. 
Abercrombie of Fetterneir. 

Arg. a chevron indented gu. be- 
tween three boars' heads erased az. 
Abercrombie of Glassauch. 

Arg. a chevron between two cinque- 
foils in chief gu. and a saltire couped 
in base az., all within a bordure 
adorned with {sic) fleur de lys of the 
second. Agnew of Castlewigg. 

Arg. a chevron between two cinque- 
foils in chief gu. and a saltire couped 
in base az., within a bordure en- 
grailed of the second. Agnew of 
Dalragle. 

Arg. a chevron between two cinque- 
foils in chief gu. and a saltire couped 
in base az. Agnew of Lochnaw. 1 

Arg. a chevron gu. ensigned with a 
cross crosslet fitchde sa. between two 
cinquefoils in chief of the second and 
a saltire couped in base az. Agnew 

OF SHETJCHAN. 

Arg. a chevon sa. between three 
mullets gu., within a bordure indented 
of the second. Arnot of Balcormo. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
mullets gu., within a bordure in- 

1 There is another matriculation of the same 
arms, with the addition of two tigers as sup- 
porters, attributed to Sir — Agnew of 
Lothian, evidently a clerical error for Lochnaw. 



Chevron — continued. 

dented of the second charged with 
eight crescents of the first. ARNOT 
of Eastrynd. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
torteaux, within a bordure of the 
second. Blair of Balmyll. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
torteaux. BLAIR OF Balthayock. 

Arg. a chevron crenelle sa. between 
three torteaux. Blair of Inschira. 

Arg. a chevron invected sa. be- 
tween three torteaux. Blair of 

OVERDURDIE. 

Arg. a chevron wavy sa. between 
three torteaux. Alexander Blair, 
France. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. Brodie of that Ilk. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
bunting birds ppr. BOUNTINE OF 
Bontinehall. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az. William 
Cochrane, Earl of Dundonald. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az., within a bor- 
dure of the second. Cochrane of 
Ochiltrk. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az., within a 
bordure of the second, and in the 
middle chief a crescent or. Cochrane 
OF WATERSYDE. 

Arg. a chevron engrailed sa., en- 
signed on the top with a fleur de lys, 
between two mullets in chief and a 
crescent in base az. Thomas 
Cushney, merchant, Aberdeen. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu., armed of the 
first. Lord Elrhinstone. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased, within a bordure 
gu. Elphinstone of Calderhall. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased, within a bordure 
engrailed gu. Elphinstone of 
Melyholme. 

Are. a chevron between three 
hunting - horns sa., garnished gu. 
Mr. Andrew Forrester, Secretary 
to the Duke of Lauderdale. 



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29 



Chevron — continued. 

Arg. a chevron engrailed gu. be- 
tween three griffins salient vert, 
armed and membered of the second. 
Forsyth of Tailzertoun. 

Arg. a chevron between three 
otters' heads erased gu. Fullerton 
ok Craighall. 

Arg. a chevron between three 
escutcheons gu. John Hay, writer, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. a chevron between three holly 
leaves vert. Irvine of Inchray. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between two 
cross crosslets fitchde in chief and a 
boar's head erased in base sa. Ken- 
nedy OF KlRKMICHAEL. 

Arg. a chevron voided gu. between 
three pheons in chief and a unicorn's 
head erased in base sa. Main of 
Loch wood. 

Arg. a chevron between two cres- 
cents in chief and a mullet in base 
gu., on a chief az. an eagle displayed 
or. Masterton of Grange. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased sa. NlSBET OF 
Dean. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased sa. and as many 
cinquefoils of the field, in the honour 
point a thistle slipped vert. NlSBET 
OF Dirleton. 

Arg. a chevron engrailed gu. be- 
tween three ears of rye slipped and 
bladed vert. Walter Riddell. 

Arg. a chevron between three 
powits, within a bordure sa. RUSSELL 

OF KlNGSEAT. 

Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of 
the first between three hunting-horns 
sa., garnished of the second. Lord 
SEMPILL (1st matric.) 

Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of 
the first between three hunting-horns 
sa., garnished of the second, all within 
a bordure of the third charged with 
eight crescents or. James Sempill, 
merchant, Stockholm. 

Arg. a chevron wavy sa., ensigned 
on the top with a cross patee az., 
between three lozenges of the second. 
David Strang, merchant, London. 



Chevron — continued. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads couped sa. Trotter of 
Catchellraw. 

Arg. a chevron indented gu. 
between three boars' heads couped sa. 
Captain David Trotter, R.N. 

Arg. a chevron between three 
roses gu. Wedderburn of East 
Powrie. 

Arg. a chevron between two mullets 
in chief and a crescent in base gu. 
George Wilson, Bailie of Fraser- 
burgh. 

Arg. a chevron between three 
mullets gu., a crescent for difference. 
Thomas WILSON, merchant, Edin- 
burgh. 

Arg. a chevron between three turtle 
doves az. Winton of Strick- 

MARTIN. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between two 
sheaves of arrows gu., banded of the 
field, and . a hunting-horn in base of 
the second, stringed and garnished or. 
Major Robert Duncanson, Argyle's 
Foot (1692). 

Arg. a chevron between two cinque- 
foils in chief gu. and a saltire couped 
in base az., all within a bordure of the 
second. Agnew of Croach (1693). 

Arg. a chevron between three 
pellets. Myrtoun of Gogar (2nd 
matric. 1701, registered 1775). 

Arg. a chevron invected between 
three mullets gu. Wilson of Plew- 
lands (1704 ?). 

Arg. a chevron gu. voided of the 
field between two pheons in chief sa. 
and a fieur de lys in base az., all 
within a bordure wavy of the last. 
Mayne of Powis (1730). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between two 
ears of rye in chief and a pinnace 
with her oars in action in base ppr. 
Riddell of Granton (1731). 

Arg. a chevron wavy between three 
mullets of six points az. GEORGE 
Ixnes, writer, Edinburgh (1733). 

Arg. a chevron wavy az. between 
three hunting-horns vert, garnished 
gu. David Hunter (1738). 

Arg. a chevron between three 



CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

mullets az. John Innes of Dun- 
kinty (1753). 

Ai'g. a chevron between three 
mullets gu., within a bordure wavy az. 
Robert Wilson, R.N. (1760). 

Arg. a chevron between two cinque- 
foils in chief gu. and a hawthorn tree 
growing out of a mount in base vert, 
flowered ppr. Hathorn OF Castle- 
wigg (1769). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief ppr. and 
a crescent in base of the second. 
Laird of Glenhuntlv (1777). 

Arg. a chevron between three 
mullets gu., within a bordure of the 
last. Charles Wilson, surgeon and 
merchant in Glasgow (1777). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
mullets in chief and a crescent in 
base az. Anderson of Newbigging 
(1780). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
martlets sa. Baron of Preston 

(1783). 

Arg. a chevron engrailed gu. be- 
tween three stalks of rye slipped ppr. 

RlDDELL OF GLENRIDDELL (1783). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
ears of rye slipped and bladed ppr. 
Riddel of that Ilk (1784). 

Arg. a chevron between three 
lozenges sa. Strange of Balcasky 

(1790- 

Arg. a chevron sa. between two 

mullets in chief and a fret of four 

pieces couped in base gu., charged 

with as many hearts or, and in every 

interstice a rose of the third. Arnot 

of Arlary (1st matric. 1795, 2n d 

do. 1807). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief and a 
mullet in base az., within a bordure 
engrailed of the second. Cochrane 
OF Ashkirk (1st matric. 1795). 

Arg. a chevron indented gu. between 
three boars' heads erased az., armed 
or, and langued sa., in the middle 
chief point a crescent vert. Aber- 
cromby of Tullibody (1797). 

Arg. a chevron between three 



Chevron — continued. 

lozenges sa. James Strange, M.P., 
banker, London (1798). 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
torteaux, within a bordure gu. Thomas 
Blair, Surrey (18 15). 

Arg. a chevron az. between two 
hunting-horns vert, viroled and stringed 
gu. in chief, and a mountain inflamed 
in base ppr. MacTurk of Sten- 
house (1827). 

Arg. a chevron between three 
powits sa., within a bordure gyronny 
of eight or and of the second. Sir 
William Russell (1832). 

Arg. a chevron between three hearts 
fess-ways in chief gu., joined and 
pierced by a chain az., and in base a 
branch of laurel ppr., and a sword of 
the third in saltire. GExMMELL OF 
Drumtochty (1841). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between two 
cross crosslets fitchde in chief, and a 
key fess-ways, wards downwards, in 
base sa. Walter Gibson Cassels, 
Edinburgh (1864). 

Arg. a chevron between two mascles 
in chief and a cross crosslet fitchee 
in base gu., in the middle chief point 
a robin redbreast ppr. William Rae 
Arthur, merchant, Lord Provost of 
Glasgow (1870). 

Arg. a chevron ensigned with a 
banner gu., the latter charged with a 
canton az., thereon a saltire of the 
first, all between two mullets in chief 
and the sun in his splendour in base, 
within a bordure indented all of the 
second, charged with three crescents 
of the field. Orr-Ewing of Leven- 

FIELD (1870). 

Arg. a chevron ensigned with a 
banner gu., the latter charged with a 
canton az., thereon a saltire of the 
first, all between two mullets in chief 
and the sun in his splendour in base, 
within a bordure indented all of the 
second, charged with three martlets of 
the field. Orr-Ewing of Ballikin- 

RAIN (1870). 

Arg. a chevron ensigned with a 
banner gu., the latter charged with a 
canton az., thereon a saltire of the 



( IIEVRON 



3i 



Chevron — continued. 

first, all between two mullets in chief 
and the sun in his splendour in base, 
within a bordure indented all of the 
second, charged with three mullets of 
the field. William Ewing, merchant, 
London (1870). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
cocks sa. Aitken of Saltcoats 
and Darroch, co. Stirling (1871). 

Arg. a chevron vert between two 
spur-revels in chief and a fleur de lys 
in base gu. Robert Curle, ship- 
builder, Glasgow (1873). 



Arg. a chevron 
cocks in chief sa. 
eradicated ppr. in 



az. between two 

and an oak tree 

base. James 



Aitken, shipowner, Glasgow (1874). 

Arg. a chevron between two water- 
bougets in chief sa. and a pheon in base, 
point upwards, az. Robert Francis 
Fairlie, C.E., co. Surrey (1876). 

Arg. a chevron between two roses 
in chief gu. and a holly bush ppr. in 
base. Henry Leck of Hollybush, 
co. Ayr (1876). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between two cross 
crosslets fitchee in chief and a lion's 
head erased in base sa. Charles 
C. H. Cassels, Edinburgh (1877). 

Arg. a chevron between two escal- 
lops in chief and a cinquefoil in base 
gu. Garroway of Netherfield, 
co. Lanark (1883). 

Arg. a chevron embattled between 
three leopards' faces sa. James Stir- 
ling Dyce, Banchory, co. Kincardine 
(1886). 

Arg. a chevron az. between three 
falcons' heads erased gu. Alexander 
Stevenson (1891). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
hunting-horns vert, viroled and stringed 
of the second (1st quarter). Hunter- 
Blair of Blairquhan (1827). 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. (1st quarter). 
Lord Elphinstone (1864). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az., langued of the 
second (1st and 4th quarters for Coch- 
rane). Earl of Dundonald. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 



Chevron — continued. 

boars' heads erased, within a bordure 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Elphin- 
STONE OF AlRTII. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee, within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory sa. ( 1 st and 
4th quarters). Kennedy of Kirk- 
hill. 

Arg. a chevron invected gu. between 
three cross crosslets fitchee sa. ( 1 st and 
4th quarters). Kennedy of Lahan 
[impaled by BethicneofLonghermistori\. 

Arg. a chevron az. between two 
mullets in chief and a cross crosslet 
fitchee in base gu. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). Reid of Birnes. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
hunting-horns vert, garnished of the 
second (1st and 4th quarters). Ha- 
thorn of Overairies (1743). 

Arg. a chevron between three mul- 
lets gu. (1st and 4th quarters). RAE 
Wilson of Kelvinbank (1807). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee sa. (1st and 4th 
quarters). FERGUSSON KENNEDY OF 
Bennane (1837). 

Arg. a chevron embattled az., en- 
signed with a banner gu., charged with 
a canton of the second, and thereon a 
saltire of the first, all between two 
mullets in chief and the sun in his 
splendour in base of the third, within a 
bordure of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters). Alexander Ewing, mer- 
chant, Glasgow (1869). 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters), in the centre of the grand 
quarters a mullet az. for difference. 
Lady Osborne Elphinstone( i 870). 

Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of 
the field between three hunting-horns 
sa., garnished and stringed of the 
second (1st and 4th quarters). Lord 
Sempill (2nd matric. 1885). 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased, within a bordure 
gu. (2nd quarter for Elphinston of 
Calderhall). SlR WILLIAM LOCK- 
hart, Lord Advocate. 

Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of 



CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

the first between three hunting-horns 
sa., garnished of the second, within 
a bordure of the same (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Scmplc). SUTTIE OF 
Balgone (1732). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads couped sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Trotter of Mortonhali, 
(1st matric. . . ., 2nd do. 1792). 

Arg. a chevron embattled sa. be- 
tween three boars' heads erased gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure dovetailed gu. Duncan 
M'Lea (1806). 

Arg. a chevron between three roses 
gu., barbed vert (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Wedderburti). J. W. Wedder- 
ijurn Webster, Clapham ( 1 8 1 1 ). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
ears of rye slipped and bladed ppr. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Captain R. 
Riddell-Carre (1828). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchce sa., within a 
double tressure fiory counter-flory of 
the second (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Hon. J. E. Kennedy Erskine(i828). 

Arg. a chevron az. between three 
mullets in chief and a cross crosslet 
fitchee in base gu. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Miss Ellen Elizabeth Reid 
Seton of Oxmantounhall (1866). 

Arg. a chevron wavy between three 
mullets of six points also wavy az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Innes). 
Mitchell of Stow (1866). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
trefoils slipped vert (2nd and 3rd 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon of 
pretence Lever. GOLDIE Scot of 
Craigmuie (1868). 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd grand quarter for 
Elphinstone) on an escutcheon of 
pretence over Marchioness of 
Lansdowne and Baroness Nairne 
(1878). 

Arg. a chevron between three roses 
gu., barbed vert (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Wedderburn Maxwell of 

MlDDLEBIE (1S79). 



Chevron — continue J. 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitche"e sa., within a 
double tressure fiory counter-flory of 
the second (1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). KEN- 
NEDY OF CLOWBURN. 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu., armed of the 
second (3rd quarter). Alexander 
Hamilton, alias Inglis of Murdis- 
ton (1734). 

Arg. a chevron between three otters' 
heads erased, within a bordure gu. (3rd 
quarter for Fullerton). Lord El- 

PHINSTONE (1864). 

Arg. a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. (3rd quar- 
ter). University of Aberdeen 
(1888). 

Az. a chevron between three boars' 
heads erased, all within a double 
tressure flowered with fleurs de lys 
within, contra- crescents without, or. 
Earl of Aboyne. 

Az. a chevron engrailed between 
three crosses patee, within a bordure 
indented arg. BARCLAY OF BALMA- 
kewan. 

Az. a chevron between three crosses 
patee, within a bordure indented arg. 
Barclay of Johnstoun. 

Az. a chevron between three crosses 
patee or. Barclay of Pearston. 

Az. a chevron or between three 
crosses patee arg., within a bordure 
chequy of the second and first. Bar- 
clay of Touch. 

Az. a chevron invected between 
three fleurs de lys or. Browne of 
HlNGINGSYDE. 

Az. a chevron chequy arg. and gu. 
between three fleurs de lys or. 
Thomas Brown, Edinburgh. 

Az. a chevron wavy between three 
fleurs de lys or. George Browne, 
Provost of Dundee. 

Az. a chevron arg. between three 
crescents or, within a bordure invected 
of the last. DURIE OF GRANGE. 

Az. a chevron arg. between three 
crescents or. Captain George 
Durie. 



CHEVRON 



33 



Chevron — continued. 

(Az.) a chevron wavy arg. between 
three roses (gu.) slipped or. GIL- 
LESPIE OF NEWTOUN. 

Az. a chevron arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or. Joseph 
GORDON, builder, London. 

Az. a chevron arg. between three 
storks' heads erased or. Hall of 

DUNGLASS. 

Az. a chevron or between three 
besants. Hope of Craighall (ist 
matric. . . ., 2nd matric. 1780). 

Az. a chevron or between three 
besants, within a bordure of the 
second. Hope of Rankeillor (1st 
matric.) 

Az. a chevron or between a wolf's 
head couped and a buckle in chief and 
an escallop in base arg. LUMSDEN 
OF INNERGELLIE. 

Az. a chevron or between a wolf's 
head couped and a buckle in chief and 
an escallop in base arg., a crescent for 
difference. Lumsden of Stravithie. 

Az. a chevron or between a wolf's 
head couped and a buckle in chief and 
an escallop in base arg., within a bor- 
dure engrailed of the second. Colonel 
William Lumsden. 

Az. a chevron erm. between three 
pheons arg., within a bordure indented 
of the third. Mudie of Arbeckie. 

Az. a chevron between three talbots' 
heads couped arg. Philip of Amre- 
closs. 

Az. a chevron invected between 
three talbots' heads erased or. PHILIP 

OF OVERCARNBIE. 

Az. a chevron or between two 
scrogs (starved branches) in chief and 
a man's heart in base arg. William 
SCROGIE, Bishop of Argyle. 

Az. a chevron between three acorns 
in chief or and a bull's head erased of 
the second in base. Stark of 
Killermont. 

Az. a chevron between two mascles 
in chief and a trefoil slipped in base, 
within a bordure wavy arg. ROBERT 
Traill, merchant, Edinburgh. 

Az. a chevron between three garbs 

or. CUMMING OF PlTULLY (1731). 



Chevron — continued. 

Az. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys in chief or, and in base a writ- 
ing pen, full feathered arg. GlLMOUR 
of Craigmillar (2nd matric. 1733). 

Az. a chevron arg. between three 
martlets volant or. BYRES OF Ton- 

LEY (1755). 

Az. a chevron between three boars' 
heads erased in chief or, and a besant 
in base. French OF Baillieston 

(1783). 

Az. a chevron between three oak 
trees or. Mosman OF AUCHTYFAR- 

DELL (1786). 

Az. a chevron engrailed arg. be- 
tween two storks' heads erased in 
chief and a saltire couped in base 
or, within a bordure of the second. 
George Hall, London (1787). 

Az. a chevron between two mascles 
in chief and a trefoil slipped in base, 
within a bordure wavy arg. Henry 
Trail, London (1808). 

Az. a chevron or between three 
crosses patee arg., within a bor- 
dure gyronny of eight of the second 
and sa. John Barclay, Gunnebo, 
Sweden (1839). 

Az. a chevron or between two 
wolves' heads erased in chief arg. and , 
an escallop in base of the last. James 
Lumsden, Glasgow (1863). 

Az. a chevron chequy arg. and sa. 
between three fleurs de lys of the 
second. William Brown of Hor- 
ton PLACE, co. Surrey (1869). 

Az. a chevron or between two 
wolves' heads erased in chief and an 
escallop in base arg., within a bordure . 
of the second. George Lumsden, ' 
Balgowan, co. Perth (1871). 

Az. a chevron between two fleurs 
de lys in chief and a battle-axe in base 
arg. James Falshaw, C.E., Lord 
Provost of Edinburgh (1874). 

Az. a chevron erm. between three 
lions rampant or, on a canton vert a 
harp of the third, stringed arg. 
Chinnery on an escutcheon of pre- 
tence over Haldane - Chinnery 
(1878) and Chinnery -Haldane 
(1882). 



34 



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Chevron — continued. 

Az. a chevron between three keys 
fess-ways or (ist and 4th quarters). 
Hairstones of Craigs. 

Az. a chevron arg. between three 
sunflowers slipped ppr. (ist and 4th 
quarters). James Carstairs, eldest 
son of Kilconquhar (1760). 

Az. a chevron between two fleurs 
de lys in chief or and a writing pen 
full feathered in base arg. (ist and 
4th quarters). Little Gilmour of 

LlBERTON AND CRAIGMILLAR (l8lo). 

Az. a chevron arg. between a bull's 
head erased and two acorns in chief 
or, and a key fess-ways, wards down- 
wards, in base of the third (ist and 4th 
quarters). Hamilton - Starke of 
Troqueer Holm, co. Kirkcudbright 
(1885). 

Az. a chevron between (three cres- 
cents arg. 1 ) (2nd and 3rd quarters). 

PlTCAIRN OF PlTLOWER. 

Az. a chevron between three crosses 
patee or (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Barclay). Crawfurd of Kilbirnie 
(2nd matric. 1694). 

Az. a chevron erm. between three 
pheons, points upwards, arg., in chief a 
hunting-horn or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
James Moodie, Captain R.N. (1720). 

(Az.) a chevron between three 
crosses patee or (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Crawford of Jordanhill 
(2nd matric. 1763). 

Az. a chevron between three boars' 
heads or, armed and langued gu., 
within a bordure counter-compony of 
the second and first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Lieut.-Col. John Forbes, 
second son of Skellater (1767). 

Az. a chevron between three talbots' 
heads couped arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Wilson OF Glanderston 

(177 0- 

Az. a chevron between three battle- 
axes arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure arg. Gibson 
Wright of Cliftonhall and 
Kersey (1773). 

Az. a chevron erm. between three 
pheons arg., within a bordure indented 
1 From Nisbet, illegible in Register. 



Chevron — continued. 

of the third (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Mi/die), a crescent in the centre of 
the shield gu. Hay of Faichfield 
(1806). 

Az. a chevron chequy arg. and sa. be- 
tween three fleurs de lys of the second 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Claud 
Hamilton Hamilton, Calcutta 
(1865). 

Az. a chevron between three battle- 
axes arg., within a bordure of the last 
(2nd and 3rd quarters [for Wrighf\ of 
2nd grand quarter). Ramsay-Gibson- 
Maitland of Cliftonhall and 
Barnton (1866). 

Az. a chevron between three crosses 
patee or (2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters). Crawford 

POLLOK OF POLLOK (1852). 

Az. a chevron arg. between three 
suns in their splendour ppr. (3rd 
quarter). RUSSELL OF Moncoffer 
(1768). 

Az. a chevron between two mullets 
in chief or and a unicorn rampant in 
base arg. (3rd quarter for Du Verne t). 
Muirhead of Brediesholm (2nd 
matric. 1842). 

Az. a chevron between three crosses 
patee arg. (ist and 4th quarters of 3rd 
grand quarter for Barclay). LORD 
Panmure (1831). 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
mullets or. Aberdeen of Cairn- 
bulg. 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
mullets or. Bannatyne of Kames. 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
mullets or, within a bordure of the 
second. Bannatyne of Kellie. 

Gu. a chevron between three spear- 
heads, points upwards, arg., a mullet 
for difference. Betson of Glasser- 

MONT. 

Gu. a chevron between three spear- 
heads with the points upwards arg. 
Betson of Kilrie. 

Gu. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys or. Browne of Colston. 

Gu. a chevron voided between three 
cinquefoils or. Cheisly OF KERSE- 
well. 



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35 



Chevron — continued. 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
cranes' heads erased or. DENHOLM 
of West Shiells. 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee or. DUDDING- 
STON OF SANDFURD. 

Gu. a chevron or between two 
cinquefoils in chief and a hunting- 
horn in base arg., garnished az. 
Duncan of Seaside. 

Gu. a chevron between a saltire 
inter two talbots' heads collared in 
chief and a sinister hand in base 
couped arg., a mullet for difference. 
John Duncan, Aberdeen. 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
mullets in chief and a crescent in base 
or. KlRKALDY OF GRANGE. 

Gu. a chevron invected arg. between 
three mullets in chief and a crescent 
in base or. Kirkaldy of . . . 

Gu. a chevron between three cres- 
cents arg. Oliphant of Bachilton. 

Gu. a chevron crenelle between 
three crescents arg. Oliphant OF 
Clasbainy. 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
daggers of the second, surmounted of 
as many wolves' heads couped or, 
tusked ppr. Skene of Easter- 
fintray. 

Gu. a chevron counter-embattled 
between three mullets arg. Archi- 
bald Wilson, Bailie of Queensferry. 

Gu. a chevron between three cinque- 
foils arg., within a double tressure 
flory counter - flory of the second. 
Fleming of Borde (1757). 

Gu. a chevron engrailed erm. 
between three antique crowns or. 
Grant of Glenlochy (1783). 

Gu. a chevron erm. between two 
crescents in chief and a garb in base 
or. Smith of Craigend (1802). 

Gu. a chevron erm. between two 
crescents in chief and a garb in base 
or, a bordure of the last. Smith of 
Craighead (1802). 

Gu. a chevron erm. between two 
crescents in chief and a garb in base 
or, a bordure engrailed of the last. 
Smith of Jordanhill (1802). 



Ch e vr on — contin ucd. 

Gu. a chevron engrailed or between 
two cinquefoils in chief arg. and a 
hunting-horn in base of the last, 
garnished az. Alexander Duncan 
of Parkhill (1809). 

Gu. a chevron erm. between three 
bay leaves slipped or. Lieut.-Col. 
John Noble, H.E.I. C.S. (1827). 

Gu. a chevron erm. between two 
crescents in chief and a garb in base 
or, all within a bordure invected of the 
last. Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie 

(1837). 

Gu. a chevron engrailed erm. 
between three antique crowns or, 
within a bordure embattled of the last. 
Sir James Hope Grant, K.C.B. 
(1861). 

Gu. a chevron or between three 
horses' heads couped arg., bridled of 
the second. Corsar of Cairnie- 
hill (1866). 

Gu. a chevron erm. between two 
crescents in chief and a garb in base 
or, within a bordure engrailed arg. 
William Smith of Skelmorlie 
Bank (1868). 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
mullets or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Bannatyne of that Ilk (1795). 

Gu. a chevron erminois between two 
cinquefoils in chief and a hunting-horn 
in base arg., stringed az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). BEVERIDGE DUNCAN OF 
Damside (18 1 7). 

Gu. a chevron or between two 
cinquefoils in chief arg. and a hunting- 
horn in base of the third, garnished 
or, stringed az., within a bordure of 
the second (1st and 4th quarters). 
Morison - Duncan of Naughton 
(1876). 

Gu. a chevron between three cres- 
cents arg. (2nd quarter for Oliphant of 
Bachilton). LORD Elibank (1843). 

Gu. a chevron or between two 
cinquefoils in chief and a hunting-horn 
in base arg., garnished az., within a 
bordure of the second (2nd quarter). 
Duncan-Morison of Naughton 

(1853). 

Gu. a chevron embattled between 



36 



CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

three crescents arg. (2nd quarter for 
Oliphant). KlNLOCH OF KlNLOCH 

(1873)- 

Gu. a chevron arg. between three 
cranes' heads erased or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Denham Stewart of 
Coltness (18 10). 

Gu. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Earl of Dalhousie (1841). . 

Gu. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Brown - Morison of Finderlie 
(1866; 2nd matriculation of same 
arms as Bronn-Morison, 1885). 

Or, a chevron engrailed between 
three fleurs de lys sa. Browne of 

DOLPHINTON. 

Or, a chevron between three fusils 
az. Leith of Overbarns. 

Or, a chevron between three boars' 
heads erased az., within a bordure en- 
grailed of the second. Rollo of 

POWHOUSE. 

Or, a chevron counter-embattled 
between three water-bougets sa. ROSS 
of Gastoune. 

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and 
arg. between three water-bougets of 
the second in the honour point a 
rose slipped gu., stalked and barbed 
vert. Arthur Ross, Bishop of 
Argyle. 

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. 
between three water - bougets, all 
within a bordure invected of the 
second. Ross of Nuik. 

Or, a chevron az. between two 
scrougs (or branches wanting leaves) 
in chief and a man's heart in base 
ppr. William Scrougie, Commis- 
sary of Argyle 

'Or, a chevron vair between two 
roses in chief gu. and a ship in base 
in full sail witli her streamers fly- 
ing, all ppr. Bogle of Daldowie 
(1736). 

Or, a chevron between two bows 
braced in chief gu. and a shakefork in 
base sa. Bowman of Ashenyards 

(1757). 

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. 



Chevron — co7itinucd. 

between three martlets of the second. 
Houstoun of Calderhall (1799). 

Or, a chevron between two mullets in 
chief and a cross crosslet fitch ee in base 
gu. Fettes of Wamphray (1804). 

Or, a chevron gu. between three 
bent bows with arrows drawn to the 
head ppr. JOHN BOWMAN (1805). 

Or, a chevron nebuly between three 
eagles displayed vert, within a bordure 
az. Blewitt [impaled by Kirkpatrick- 
Hoiuaf\ (1861). 

Or, a chevron sa. between three 
laurel leaves ppr. Robert Christi- 
SON, M.D. (1864). 

Or, a chevron az. between two spur- 
revels in chief and a lion's head erased 
in base gu. Cox of Clement Park, 
Dundee (1866). 

Or, a chevron embattled sa. between 
three pheons gu., within a bordure of 
the second. GEORGE Armitstead, 
M.P., merchant, Dundee (1868). 

Or, a chevron chequy az. and arg. 
between three martlets sa., beaked gu. 
Houstoun of Johnstone (1869). 

Or, a chevron sa. between two 
cocks respectant in chief gu. and a 
hunting-horn in base vert, garnished 
and stringed of the third. JOHN 
Chetwood AlKEN, banker, Bristol 
(1885). 

Or, a chevron indented sa. between 
two lions rampant gu. in chief and an 
escutcheon of the third in base. J. 
Balfour Paul, Lyon King of Arms 

(1891). 

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. 
between three water-bougets of the 
second (1st and 4th quarters for Ross). 
Lord Ross. 

Or, a chevron az. between two sprigs 
of withered oak in chief ppr. and a 
heart in base gu. ( 1 st and 4th quarters 
for Stmtli). William John Struth 
(1811). 

Or, a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). MAXTONE - GRAHAM OF 
Cultoquhey (1861). 

Or, a chevron sa. between a dexter 
hand couped fess-ways grasping a 



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37 



Chevron — continued. 

man's heart pale-ways gu. in chief and 
a galley, oars in saltire, in base of the 
second (2nd quarter). Mackintosh 
of Kinrara. 

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. 
between three martlets of the second 
(2nd quarter). Stewart Nicholson 
of Carnock (1792). 

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. 
between three water - bougets of the 
second (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Ross). Dalrymple of Stair. 

Or, a chevron between three bulls' 
heads couped sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). George Stodart, Lon- 
don (1864). 

Or, a chevron gu. between three 
lions' gambs erect and erased az. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for A us fin) ; over all 
on an escutcheon of pretence Lake. 
John Austin Lake-Gloag (1866). 

Or, a chevron between three bulls' 
heads couped sa., armed vert (2nd and 
3rd quarters for TurnbulT). Robert 
Riddle Stodart, Lyon Clerk Depute 

(1871). 

Or, a chevron chequy sa. and arg. 
between three water-bougets of the 
second ( 1 st and 4th quarters [for Ross] 
of 4th grand quarter). Earl of 
Glasgow (1869). 

Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu. 
between three cushions of the second. 
Brisben of Bishopston. 

Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu. 
between three cushions of the second, 
within a bordure chequy arg. and 
of the first. Matthew Brisbane, 
M.D. 

Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu. 
between three cushions of the second, 
within a bordure vairy. John Bris- 
bane, Judge Advocate, R.N. 

Sa. a chevron invected between 
three crescents arg. Andrew Mar- 
tin, Anstruther. 

Sa. a chevron vairy between three 
crescents arg. Robert Martin, 
Justice Clerk Depute. 

Sa. a chevron between three mascles 
or. Mitchell of Alderston. 

Sa. a chevron or between three 



Chevron — continued. 

boars' heads erased arg., within a 
bordure indented of the second. 
Robert Swinton. 

Sa. a chevron arg. between three 
escallops or. Captain Graham, heir 
of Morphy (1733). 

Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu. 
between three cushions of the second, 
within a bordure of the last. Bris- 
bane of Milton (1793). 

Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu. 
between three cushions of the second, 
a gold cross in the collar point. 
Major - General Sir Thomas 
Brisbane, K.C.B. (18 16). 

Sa. a chevron chequy or and az. 
between three lions passant arg. 
Major Robert Warrand (1830). 

Sa. a chevron engrailed or be- 
tween three boars' heads couped arg. 
Alexander Whitelaw, co. Lanark 
(1867). 

Sa. a chevron or between two escal- 
lops in chief and a lion rampant in base 
arg. William Carswell Lade, 
merchant, Glasgow (1867). 

Sa. a chevron chequy or and gu. 
between three cushions pendant by 
the corners of the second, on a chief 
embattled arg. a ship of war under 
sail on the sea, between two forts, the 
guns firing and the Dutch flag flying, 
all ppr. Brisbane of Brisbane 
(1881). 

Sa. a chevron or between three 
boars' heads erased arg., within a 
bordure engrailed erm. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Campbell Swinton of 
Kimmerghame (1850). 

Sa. a chevron between three bears' 
heads couped arg., muzzled gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Leny). BUCHANAN 

OF ACHLESHIE AND ARNPRIOR 
(l8lo). 

Sa. a chevron between three griffins' 
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Cortland Macgregor Skinner 
(1810). 

Sa. a chevron between three griffins' 
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Skinner). Captain Cortland 
George Macgregor (1872). 



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CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

Sa. a chevron between three griffins' 
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Skinner)^ in the centre of the 
shield a crescent az. Captain Robert 
F. H. Macgregor (1872). 

Sa. a chevron between three griffins' 
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Skinner), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and or. Major Cort- 
landt Alexander Macgregor 
(1881). 

Sa. a chevron between three griffins' 
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Skinner), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and erm. Captain 
Francis Nugent Macgregor, R.A. 
(1883). 

Sa. a chevron between three griffins' 
heads erased or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Skinner), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and arg. Major 
Philip Leighton Macgregor, R.A. 
(1887). 

Vert, a chevron between three 
cinquefoils in chief and a cross cross- 
let fitchee in base arg. Mr. Theo- 
dore Umphray, Minister of Nesting. 

Vert, a chevron between two trefoils 
in chief and a fleur de lys in base 
arg. Plenderleith of Bylth 

(1693)- 

Vert, a chevron arg. between three 

roebucks in full course ppr. Rae OF 

Little Gov an (1758). 

(4) Chevron between ... a chief . . . 

on a chief ... or in chief . . . 

Arg. a chevron chequy gu. and of 
the first between three hunting-horns 
sa., in chief three gillyflowers of the 
second. Semple of Belltrees. 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys az., on a chief of the second 
three mullets of the first, within a 
bordure gu. Stevenson of Mont- 
grenan. 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys az., on a chief of the second 
three mullets of the first. Archibald 
Stevenson, M.D. 

Arg. a chevron between three 
roses gu., barbed vert, and in chief two 
branches of laurel disposed in saltire 



Chevron — continued. 

ppr. Wedderburn of Blackness 
(2nd matric. 1705). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee sa., in the middle 
chief a fleur de lys az.; on a chief erm. 
the representation of a French eagle 
and flag with the inscription " Uem- 
pereur Napoleon an io$;ue Regiment 
dHnfanterie de ligne" thereon, and a 
sword disposed saltire-ways, and over 
the same the word " Waterloo." 
Lieut.-Col. Alexander Kennedy 
Clark Kennedy, CB. (1839). 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys gu., on a chief sa. three mullets 
or. James Stevenson, Edinburgh 
(1863). 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys gu., on a chief invected sa. 
three mullets or. John James 
Stevenson, architect, London (1872). 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys gu., on a chief engrailed sa. 
three mullets or. Alexander 
Shannon Stevenson, co. Northum- 
berland (1873). , 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys gu., on a chief wavy sa. three 
mullets or. Archibald Stevenson, 
co. Durham (1873). 

Arg. a chevron between two fleurs 
de lys in chief and a cross flory in 
base gu., on a chief sa. three mullets 
or. James Stevenson, Glasgow 
(1885). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az., on a chief of 
the second a sphinx couchant or (1st 
and 4th quarters of 1st grand quarter). 
Baillie of Lamington (1837). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az., on a chief 
wavy of the third a sphinx couchant 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters 
[for Cochrane~\ of 2nd grand quarter). 
Lord Lamington (1880). 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys az., on a chief of the second 
three mullets of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Stevenson) ; above the 
quarters on a chief az. the representa- 
tion of the curtain of a fortification, 



CHEVRON 



39 



Chevron — continued. 

and above it the word "St. Sebastian," 
and on a canton arg. a gold cross and 
the badge of the Portuguese Order of 
the Tower and Sword. Col. James 
Stevenson Barns of Kirkhill 
(1816). 

Arg. a chevron between three fleurs 
de lys gu., on a chief sa. three mullets 
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Steven- 
son - Hamilton of Braidwood 
(1867). 

Arg. a chevron gu. between three 
pine apples ppr., a chief sa. (3rd 
quarter). Lady Mary Cristopher 
Nisbet Hamilton [impaled by same 
arms] (1855). 

Az. a chevron or between three 
crosses patee arg., on a chief of the 
second an elephant ppr., and over it 
the word " Assaye." Sir Robert 
Barclay, K.C.B., H.E.I.C.S. (18 16). 

Az. a chevron between two fleurs 
de lys in chief and a Camperdown 
medal in base or, pendant from a 
ribbon of the first, fringed arg., with 
the word " Camperdown " underneath ; 
on a chief a representation of the en- 
gagement of H.M.S. Venerable with 
the Dutch Admiral's ship Vrylieid at 
the battle of Camperdown. Lieut.- 
Col. Henry Fairfax (1836). 

Or, a chevron az. between two sprigs 
of withered oak in chief and a 
thistle in base ppr., on a chief paly of 
six arg. and sa. three mullets, all 
counter - changed. John Struth, 
New South Wales (1857). 
(5) On a Chevron . . . 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the first. Balfour 
of Grange. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. three mullets 
of the first. Langlands of that 
Ilk. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the field. BALFOUR 
of Ferny (1808). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the field. Balfour 
of Trenaby (1843). 

Arg. on a chevron az. three mullets 
or, on a canton erm. a man's heart 



Chevron — continued. 

ppr. pierced by three passion nails of 
the third. Mrs. Margaret Kerr 
(1893). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the field (1st and 4th 
quarters). LORD Balfour OF BUR- 
LEIGH (1870). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Balfour). BETHUNE OF 
Balfour (1st matric. . . ., 2nd 
matric. 1837). Bethune of Nether- 
tarvit. Bethune of Blebo. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure or. 
Bethune of Bandon. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. a selch's 
head erased of the field, within a 
bordure indented or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Grizel Bethune, heiress 
of Longhermiston. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Balfour), all within a 
bordure embattled or. Bethune of 
Kilconquhar (1835). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Balfour- Kinnear of 
BlRSTANE, co. Orkney (1888). 

Az. on a chevron arg. three escal- 
lops of the first. Pringle of 
Clifton (1693). 

Az. on a chevron erm. three escal- 
lops of the field. Pringle of 
Haining (173 1). 

Az. on a chevron arg., ensigned with 
a thistle or, three crescents of the first 
between as many writing pens full 
feathered of the second. James Pen- 
man (1743)- 

Az. on a chevron arg. three roses 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). HOME 
of Blackader. 

Az. on a chevron arg. three roses 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Black- 
ader), all within a bordure or. Hume 
of Carsrigg. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets 
of the first. Lord Jedburgh. 

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CHEVRON 



Chevron — con finned. 

of the field, within a bordure chequy of 
the second and first. Ker of Cavers. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose between 
two lioncels combatant of the first, in 
base a buckle in the form of a man's 
heart of the second. HEPBURN OF 
Blackcastle. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- 
tween two lioncels combatant of the 
first, in base a star-stone ppr. GEORGE 
Hepburn, M.D. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- 
tween two lions affrontee (comba- 
tant ?) of the field, within a bordure 
erm. Hepburn of Clerkington 

(1767). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets 
of the field, within a bordure of the 
second. Kerr of Boughtrig(i787). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three shields 
of the field. Wardrop of Torbane- 

HILL (1788). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three fraises 
az. Fleming of Clayquhat, co. 
Perth (1877). 

Gu. on a chevron cotised arg. three 
mullets of the field. John Kerr, 
writer, Glasgow (1880). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- 
tween two lioncels combatant of the 
first (1st and 4th quarters). Hep- 
burne of Humbie. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- 
tween two lions combatant of the first 
(1st and 4th quarters). Buchan- 
Hepburn of Smeaton (181 5). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets 
of the field, within a bordure chequy 
of the second and first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Captain R. Riddell 
Carre (1828). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- 
tween two lioncels counter-rampant of 
the field (1st and 4th quarters of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters). Ramsay of 
Wauchtoun. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets 
of the field (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure quarterly arg. and 
or. Rev. Beauchamp K. W. Kerr 
Pearse (1891). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose b 



Chevron — continued. 

tween two lioncels combatant of the 
first (1st and 4th quarters of 3rd grand 
quarter). Lord Polwarth (1836). 

Lozengy arg. and az. on a chevron 
or a thistle vert between two torteaux. 
Begg of Sunbury Place, co. 
Middlesex (1858). 

Or, on a chevron sa. an otter's 
head erased of the field, within a bor- 
dure gu. Captain John Adrian 
Balfour, U.S. (1782). 

Or, on a chevron az. a garb of the 
first, in chief two stars gu. Arkley 
of Dunninauld (1825). 

Or, on a chevron sa. three mascles 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Learmonth of Balcomie. 

Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure az. John LivinG- 
stone-Learmonth, London (1870). 

Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges 
of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure wavy az. Andrew 
James Livingstone - Learmonth, 
Colony of Victoria (1870). 

Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure engrailed az. Thomas 
Livingstone-Learmonth (1870). 

Or, on a chevron sa. three lozenges 
of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure invected az. Somer- 
ville Livingstone - Learmonth, 
Colony of Victoria (1870). 

Vair, on a chevron gu. three besants, 
a chief gyronny of eight or and sa. 
James Hozier, advocate (1824). 
(6) On a Chevron . . . and in base . . . 

Arg. on a chevron sa., ensigned on 
the top with a cross patee gu., a cres- 
cent of the first, and in base a man's 
heart ppr. Methven of Craig- 
lownie. 

Az. on a chevron arg. three escal- 
lops of the first, and in base a mullet 
or. Pringle of Crichton (1743). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets 
of the first, and in base a stag's 
head erased or, all within a bordure 
invected of the second. Ker of Sun- 
derlandhall (1st matric.) 



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4i 



Chevron — continued. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mullets 
of the field, in base a stag's head 
erased or, gutte de sang. Ker of 
Sunderland Hall (2nd matric.) 

Gu. on a chevron arg. two mullets 
az., in base a fusil of the second. 
Kerr of Gallowhill (1867). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- 
tween two lioncels combatant of the 
field, and in base a buckle in form of 
a man's heart of the second (1st and 
4th quarters). Hepburn of Inver- 
may (1804). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. three mul- 
lets of the first, in base a stag's head 
erased or, gutte de sang (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Plummer OF MiDDLE- 
STEAD (2nd matric. 1773). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. a rose be- 
tween two lions combatant of the field, 
in base a buckle in the form of a heart 
of the second ( 1 st and 4th quarters of 
4th grand quarter). Forbes OF 
PlTSLIGO (3rd matric. 1865). 

Sa. on a chevron arg. three cres- 
cents vert, in base an open boat, oars 
in action, in a sea ppr. M'Nab of 
that Ilk (1765). 

Sa. on a chevron arg. a crescent 
between an increscent and a decres- 
cent vert, and in base an open boat, 
oars in action, in a sea ppr., within a 
bordure engrailed or. Macnab of 
Dundurn (1856). 

Vert, on a chevron arg. three mul- 
lets gu., and in base a unicorn's head 
erased of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters). Ker of Littledean. 

Vert, on a chevron arg. three mul- 
lets gu., in base a unicorn's head erased 
of the second ( 1 st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure arg. Ker of 
Moriston. 
(7) On a Chevron between . . . 

Arg. on a chevron az. between three 
trefoils slipped vert as many mullets 
of the first, all within a bordure sa. 
Archibald Alves. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
flames of fire (ppr.) a lion rampant, 
accompanied with two mullets of the 
field. Backie of Tankerness. 



Che vr on — con/in ucd. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between 
three torteaux a martlet of the first, 
beaked and membered gu. Blair 
of Lethintie. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. a galley sa. Brodie of 
Leithen. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. a stag's head cabossed or. 
Brodie of Mayne. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. a lion rampant of the first. 
Brodie of Mylntoun. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. a horse salient ppr. Brodie 
OF ROSTHORN. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. the sun in his splendour 
or. Brodie of Spynie. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. an anchor ppr. Captain 
David Brodie. 

Arg. on a chevron engrailed between 
three mullets sa. a sealch's head erased 
of the first. Balfour of Balbirnie. 

Arg. a chevron gu. surmounted of 
another erm. between three laurel slips 
vert. Cowper (Cooper) of Gogar. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. an episcopal 
mitre of the first. Elphinstone of 
Glack. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. a crescent of 
the first, surmounted of another of the 
second. William Elphinstone, 
brother to Calderhall. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. an episcopal 
mitre of the first, within a bordure 
of the third. James Elphinstone 
of . . ., W.S. 

Arg. on a chevron az. between three 
roses gu. two swords, points down- 
wards, conjoined at the pommels of the 
first. David Findlay. . . . 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
roses . . . (gu. ?) two swords of the 
first, points downwards, and conjoined 
at the pommels. Quintin Finlay, 
writer, Edinburgh. 

Arg. on a chevron between three 



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CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

laurel leaves vert as many plates. 
Foulis of Ratho. 

Arg. on a chevron az. between three 
otters sa., each devouring a salmon 
of the second, as many pheons or. 
Grace Graden, heiress of Earn- 
shavv. 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
boars' heads erased az. a man's heart 
ppr., within a fetterlock or. LoCK- 
HART OF KlRKTON. 

Arg. on a chevron voided gu. be- 
tween two fleurs de lys in chief and a 
unicorn's head couped in base a pheon 
sa. George Main, Edinburgh. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased sa. as many 
cinquefoils of the field, in the honour 
point a thistle slipped vert. NlSBET 
OF Dirleton (ist matric. . . .) 

Arg. on a chevron indented gu. 
between three goats' heads erased sa. 
as many cinquefoils of the first. Elias 
Nisbet, merchant, Bourdeaux. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
oak trees vert a boar's head couped 
of the field. Spotswood of Grum- 

STAIN. 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
roses gu., barbed vert, a crescent of the 
first. Wedderburn of Blackness 
(ist matric.) 

Arg. on a chevron az. between two 
horses with packs corded in chief ppr. 
and an anchor in base gu. a sheep 
without horns of the first. Wilson 
OF Kelton. 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
mullets gu. a talbot's head erased of 
the first. David Wilson, merchant, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. on a chevron between two 
crescents in chief and a sinister hand 
couped in base gu. two mullets of the 
field, within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. James Stephen, Keeper of 
H.M. Councill Thesaury, etc. (1720?). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
fleurs de lys az. a crescent or. Wal- 
ter Sydeserf, Antigua (1740). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee sa. a fleur de 



Chevron — continued. 

lys or. Kennedy of Auchtyfardel 

(1752). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
oak trees eradicated vert as many 
besants. Spottiswood of Duni- 

PACE (1758). 

Arg. on a chevron az. between three 
roses gu. two swords, points down- 
wards, conjoined at the pommels of the 
first, within a bordure of the second. 
Robert Finlay, Stockholm (1755). 

Arg. on a chevron indented sa. be- 
tween a rose in chief gu. and a saltire 
az. in base an otter's head erased 
of the first. Balfour of Pilrig 
(1760). 

Arg. on a chevron between two 
eagles in chief sa., beaked and mem- 
bered gu., and a buck's head erased 
in base of the last a cross crosslet 
fitchee between two mullets or. Reid 
of Blegbie (1767). 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
mullets gu. a heart pierced with a 
spear of the field. Wilson of Soon- 
hope (1771). 

Arg. on a chevron engrailed between 
two bears' heads erased in chief sa., 
muzzled of the field, and a dagger in 
base, point upwards, hilted and pom- 
melled or, three square padlocks of 
the first. Speid of Ardovie (1772). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
stalks of wheat ppr. a rose of the 
field. Thomas Cheap (1773). 

Arg. a chevron gu. charged with a 
chrevronel erm. between three triple- 
leaved slips of laurel ppr. Sir Grey 
Cooper (1776). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
boars' heads erased az., langued of the 
field, an antique crown or. John 
Joseph Abercrombie, planter, South 
Carolina (1778). 

Arg. on a chevron engrailed sa. be- 
tween three mullets gu. an otter's 
head erased of the field. BALFOUR 
of Dunbog (1779). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
tadpoles sa. a martlet or, within a bor- 
dure engrailed az. Russell of 

ASHIESTIEL (1784). 



CHEVRON 



43 



Chevron — continued. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. an episcopal 
mitre or. ALEXANDER ELPHINSTONE, 
advocate (1793). 

Arg. on a chevron az. between three 
roses gu., barbed vert, two swords 
(ppr.) conjoined at the pommels, with- 
in a bordure engrailed of the third. 

FlNLAY OF WALLYFORD (1794 ?). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
mullets gu. an otter's head erased of 
the field. John Balfour (1799). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
branches of rowan tree ppr. as many 
crescents or. Thomas Rodie, mer- 
chant, Liverpool (1808). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief and a 
mullet between two cross crosslets 
fitchee in base az. a boar's head couped 
of the first, within a bordure of the 
third, charged with three mascles of 
the field. Cochran of Ashkirk 
(2nd matric. 181 3). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
oak trees eradicated vert a boar's head 
couped or. SPOTTISWOOD OF THAT 
Ilk (1814). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. a mitre or, 
within a bordure of the third. Elphin- 
STONE on an escutcheon of pretence 
over D alrymple Horn Elphinstone 
of Logie-Elphinstone (1828). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between 
three lions' heads erased sa. as many 
besants. Robert Buchan, Edin- 
burgh (1835). 

Arg. on a chevron engrailed sa. 
between three mullets gu. an otter's 
head erased of the first. Lieut.-Col. 
W. Stewart Balfour (1837). 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
boars' heads couped gu. as many 
besants. Peter Fairbairn, Leeds 

(1839). 

Arg. on a chevron indented sa. 
between a rose in chief gu. and a 
saltire couped az. in base an otter's 
head erased of the field, all within a 
bordure of the third. John Lewis 
Balfour, Russia (1842). 



Chevron — continued. 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
water-bougets of the second as many 
mullets or, all within a bordure erm. 
Fairlie of Holmes (1849). 

Arg. on a chevron az. between two 
spur-revels in chief and a hunting-horn 
in base sa. three fleurs de lys of the 
field. Burns of Bloomhill (1856). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee sa. a spur-revel 
between two lions counter-passant or. 
Kennedy of Underwood (1850). 

Arg. on a chevron between two 
roses in chief and a double-headed 
eagle displayed in base gu. two swords, 
points downwards, of the first. Find- 
lay of Easterhill (185 1 ). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between three 
lions passant gu. an otter's head 
erased of the field. GEORGE Edmond 
Balfour, merchant, Manchester 

(1854). 

Arg. on a chevron engrailed gu. 
between two eagles displayed in chief 
and a galley, oars in action, in base 
sa. three hearts of the first. Archi- 
bald Bulloch, merchant, Glasgow 
(1856). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between two 
goshawks belled in chief sa. and a 
demi-lion of the second issuant out of 
the base wavy az. an elephant's head 
couped or between two besants. 
John Jarvie, merchant, Singapore 
(1856). 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
roses gu., barbed vert, a crescent of 
the first, within a bordure of the 
second. John Wedderburn, 

H.E.I.C.S. (1857). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between a 
lion passant az. in chief and a raven 
of the second in base a tower of the 
field. Mackie of Auchencairn 

(1863). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between two 
roses in chief gu., barbed vert, and in 
base two writing pens full feathered 
in saltire of the third, a raven or be- 
tween two lions' heads erased of the 
first. Morton of Belmont (1863). 

Arg. on a chevron az. between three 



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CHEVRON 



Chevron — con tin i/ed. 

moors' heads sa., banded or, three 
crescents of the last. Morris OF 
Craig (2nd matric. 1863). 

Arg. on a chevron az. between two 
fleurs de lys in chief of the second and 
a lighthouse in base ppr. three mullets 
of the first. Alan Stevenson, C.E. 
(1865). 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
boars' heads couped gu. as many 
besants. William Fairbairn, 
LL.D., Ardwick, Manchester (1869)., 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
trefoils slipped vert as many hunting- 
horns of the first. GiLMOUR OF 
South Walton (1869). 

Arg. on a chevron invected between 
three trefoils slipped vert as many 
hunting-horns of the first. GiLMOUR 
OF Eaglesham (187 1 ). 

Arg. on a chevron az. between two 
crescents in chief and a dexter hand 
appaume couped in base gu. three 
mullets of the first. Stephen OF 
Linthouse, co. Lanark (1877). 

Arg. on a chevron nebuly gu. be- 
tween three fountains as many eagles 
rising ppr. Sykes on an escutcheon 
of pretence over Mitchell (1886). 

Arg. on a chevron az. between three 
hunting-horns vert, garnished and 
stringed gu., a crescent of the first. 
William Francis and Andrew 
Alexander Hunter (1889). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
mullets az. a galley ppr., within a bor- 
dure engrailed of the second. Brodie 
OF Idvies, co. Forfar (1892). 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
mullets gu. a crescent of the first 
(1st and 4th quarters). Wilson of 
West Wickham, co. Kent (1762). 

Arg. on a chevron invected gu. be- 
tween three ears of rye slipped and 
bladed vert a cross moline of the field 
(1st and 4th quarters). Riddell of 
Riddell-lodge (1765). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
ears of rye slipped and bladed vert a 
mullet of the field ( 1st and 4th quar- 
ters). George Riddell, M.D., heir- 
male of Kinglass (1765). 



Chevron — con tin ued. 

Arg. on a chevron engrailed be- 
tween three mullets gu. an in- 
crescent of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). WlLSON OF GLANDERSTON 

(1770- 

Arg. on a chevron invected gu. 
between three ears of rye slipped and 
bladed ppr. a cross moline of the 
first ( 1 st and 4th quarters). Riddell 
OF ARDNAMURCHAN (1st matric. 

1775)- 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between 
three hunting-horns vert, stringed oi 
the second, an annulet or (1st and 4th 
quarters). Hunter Blair of Dun- 
SKEY (1st matric. 1786, quarterings 
reversed by 2nd matric. 1850). 

Arg. on a chevron gu., ensigned on 
the top with a thistle ppr., between 
three boars' heads erased sa. as many 
cinquefoils of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Hamilton Nisbet of 
Dirleton (1801). 

Arg. on a chevron indented sa. 
between a rose in chief gu. and a 
saltire in base az. an otter's head 
erased of the field (1 stand 4th quarters). 
Balfour - Melville of Strath- 
kiness, co. Fife (1883). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between 
three boars' heads erased gu. a 
mitre or, within a bordure of the 
third (2nd quarter). James Dal- 
rymple Horn Elphinstone (1790). 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
laurel leaves vert as many plates 
(2nd quarter). Christie of Riddry 
[impaling Dwyer\ ( 1 8 1 8). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between 
three cross crosslets fitchee sa. a 
fleur de lys or, within a double 
tressure flory counter - flory of the 
second (2nd quarter). Hunter 
Blair of Blairquhan (1827). 

Arg. on a chevron gu. ensigned 
with a thistle ppr. between three 
boars' heads erased sa. as many 
cinquefoils of the first (2nd quarter). 
Lady Mary Cristopher Nisbet 
Hamilton [impaled by the same 
arms] (1855). 

Arg. on a chevron gu., ensigned 



CHEVRON 



45 



chevron engrailed sa. 



Chevron — continued. 

on the top with a thistle ppr., be- 
tween three boars' heads erased sa. as 
many cinquefoils of the first (2nd 
quarter for Nisbcf) ; on an escutcheon 
of pretence over Nisbet-Hamilton- 
.Ogilvy of Biel (1888). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between 
three boars' heads erased gu., armed 
of the second, a crescent of the first 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Hamilton 

OF INVERDOVAT. 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between 
three hunting-horns vert, stringed of 
the second, an annulet or (2nd and 
3rd quarters). HUNTER BLAIR OF 

DUNSKEY (1850). 

Arg. on a chevron engrailed gu. 
between two griffins rampant in chief 
az. and a fleur de lys in base of the 
second a garb between two crescents 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters). FORSYTH- 
Brown of Whitsome- Newton 
(1S56). 

Arg. on a 
between three stars wavy gu. an 
otter's head erased of the first 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Balfour 
Stewart of Arbigland (1869). 

Arg. on a chevron sa. between two 
pellets, each charged with a martlet 
of the first in chief and an oak 
wreath in base ppr., three escallops 
or, within a bordure engrailed vert 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Hamond- 
Graeme of Holly Grove, co. Berks. 

(1873). 

Argent, a chevron gu. charged with 
a chevronel erm. between three triple- 
leaved slips of laurel ppr. (3rd 
quarter). Fergusson of Isle 
(1788). 

Arg. a chevron gu. surmounted of 
another erm. between three laurel 
slips vert, all within a bordure chequy 
of the first and az. (4th quarter). 
Cooper of Failford (2nd matric. 
1852). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between 
three boars' heads couped or a mullet 
of the first. Mr. David Ferguson, 
minister at Strickmartine. 

Az. on a chevron arg. between two 



Chevron — continued. 

otters' heads erased in chief and a 
salmon naiant in base ppr. three 
mullets gu. Fisher of Newhall. 

Az. on a chevron between three 
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu., 
a man's heart ppr. between two 
daggers of the first, pommelled or. 
Forbes of Balfluig. 

Az. on a chevron between three 
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled and 
ringed gu., as many unicorns' heads 
erased sa. Forbes of Culloden. 

Az. on a chevron between three 
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu., 
a man's heart ppr. FORBES OF 

MONYMUSK. 

Az. on a chevron or betwixt three 
besants a bay leaf slipped vert. Earl 
of Hopetoun. 

Az. on a chevron or between three 
besants a bay leaf slipped vert. 
John Hope of Hopetoun. 

Az. on a chevron or between three 
besants a rose slipped gu. Sir 
Alexander Hope of Granton. 

Az. on a chevron or between three 
besants three pales (pallets) gu. Sir 
William Hope of Granton. 

Az. on a chevron or between three 
besants a roebuck courant of the 
first. Hope of Kerse. 

Az. on a chevron arg. between 
two holly leaves in chief ppr. and a 
unicorn's head erased of the second, 
horned or, three mullets gu. KER 
of Knock. 

Az. on a chevron between three 
mascles or a boar's head erased of 
the field, a fleur de lys of the second 
(sic). KlNLOCH OF GOURDIE. 

Az. on a chevron wavy between 
three bears' heads couped arg., muzzled 
gu., a stag's head erased between two 
hands holding daggers, all ppr. 
Patrick Macky, London. 

Az. on a chevron between three 
escallops arg. a boar's head couped 
sa. and two spur-revels gu. Moul- 
trie of Rescobie. 

Az. on a chevron between three 
talbots' heads erased arg. two lozenges 
of the first. Philip of Ormiston. 



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CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

Az. on a chevron wavy between 
three fleurs de lys or a thistle slipped 
vert. William Brown, Dantzig 

(1693). 

Az. on a chevron wavy between 

three lions' heads erased or, gutte 
de sang, as many mullets of the 
field. Gavin Plummer, merchant, 
Edinburgh (1695). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
lions' heads erased or, gutte de 
sang, as many mullets of the field. 
Plummer of Middlestead (1st 
matric. 1698). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
boars' heads couped or a hand grasp- 
ing a sheaf of arrows ppr., all within 
a bordure of the second, charged with 
eight crescents gu. GORDON of 
Gordonbank, co. Berwick (1726). 

Az. on a chevron between three roses 
arg. as many thistles vert. Paisley 
of Craig (1747). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between 
three boars' heads couped or a buckle 
between two falcons of the first. 
Ferguson of Kinnaird (1762). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between two 
mascles in chief of the second and a 
boar's head erased in ba. e or, a mullet 
gu., a crescent for difference. Kin- 

LOCH OF KlLLRIE (1764). 

Az. on a chevron or, accompanied 
by three bears' heads couped arg. 
muzzled gu., a roebuck's head erased 
between two hands holding daggers, 
all ppr., within a bordure engrailed of 
the second. vEneas Mackay (1765). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. between two 
spur-revels in chief and a halbert in 
base or three ravens ppr. Syme of 

CULLOCH (1766). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu., 
as many unicorns' heads erased sa., 
within a bordure of the second. 
Captain Forbes, R.N.B. Dragoons 

(1767). 

Az. on a chevron or between three 
besants a crescent gu., charged with 
an annulet of the second. Oliver 
Hope (i 767). 



Chevron — continued. 

Az. on a chevron or, accompanied 
by three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu., a buck's head erased of 
the last between two hands couped 
holding daggers, both ppr., all within 
a bordure of the third. Major-Gen. 
The Hon. Alexander Mackay 

(1773)- 

Az. on a chevron between three 
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu., 
a man's head (heart ?) between two 
daggers of the first. Forbes of 
Alford (1783). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
boars heads' couped or a buckle gu. 
between two mullets of the field 
James Ferguson, London (1785). 

Az. on a chevron or between two 
mullets in chief and a pheon in 
base arg. a fieur de lys gu. David- 
son of MuiRHOUSE (1st and 2nd 
matrics. 1786, 3rd do. 1795). 

Az. on a chevron erm. between three 
boars' heads erased or a stag's head 
erased gu. GORDON OF MlLRlG 
(1807). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between three 
sunflowers slipped ppr. as many 
buckles of the first. John Carstairs, 
London (18 10). 

Az. on a chevron between two 
swans in chief and a lion passant 
guardant in base arg. a heart ppr. 
between two falconers' gloves sa., 
tasselled gu. James Swan, W.S. 
(1828). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between a 
ship in full sail or, placed between a 
cross crosslet fitchee and a palm tree 
eradicated fess-ways in chief of the 
second, and the figure of Commerce 
in base of the third, three roses gu. 
Michael M'Chlery, merchant, Lon- 
don (1840). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between a 
bull's head erased and two acorns in 
chief or, and a key fess-ways, wards 
downwards, in base of the thiid, a 
martlet between two cinquefoils gu. 
James Starke, advocate (1848). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between three 
open cups, each within two branches 



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47 



Chevron — continued. 

of laurel conjoined at the top or, a 
saltire of the first. Thomas Sellar, 
merchant, Liverpool (i860). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between two 
fleurs de lys in chief and a mascle in 
base or three cinquefoils sa. The 
Rev. R. Brown-Borthwick, London 
(1868). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between three 
mascles or as many cinquefoils vert. 
Purvis of Kinaldy (1868). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between three 
covered cups or as many crosses 
moline round-pierced gu. Shaw of 
Elm wood (1 87 1 ). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
lions' heads erased arg. as many 
cinquefoils of the first. Mrs. Joseph- 
ine Gillespie Stainton of Biggar- 
shiels (1873). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between three 
bears' heads couped of the last, 
muzzled gu., a heart ppr. (1st quarter 
for Forbes of Monymusk). Forbes 
OF PlTSLlGO (3rd matric. 1865). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
lions' heads erased or, gutte de sang, 
as many martlets of the field (1st and 
4th quarters). Plummer OF Middle- 
STEAD (1st matric. 1698). 

Az. on a chevron arg. between three 
bears' heads couped of the last, 
muzzled gu., a heart ppr. (1st and 4th 
quarters). FORBES OF PlTSLlGO 
(2nd matric. 1783). 

Az. on a chevron or between three 
besants a bay leaf slipped vert (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all on an 
escutcheon of pretence Weir. Hope 
Weir of Craigiehall (1st matric. 
I 737)- As Hope Vere without the 
• escutcheon (2nd matric. 1 8 1 5, and 3rd 
matric. 1846). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
boars' heads couped or a hand grasp- 
ing a sheaf of arrows ppr. (1st and 4th 
quarters). HAY-GORDON OF AVOCHIE 
(1858). 

Az. on a chevron or between three 
besants a bay leaf slipped vert, within 
a bordure arg. ( 1 st and 4th quarters). 
Hope of Luffness (1886). 



Chevron — continued. 

Az. on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys or a crescent gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). JAMES Adam 
M'Kerrell Brown, C.A, Edinburgh 
(1887). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu., 
a man's heart ppr. between two daggers 
of the first, pommelled or (1st and 4th 
quarters [for Forbes of Balfluig\ of 2nd 
grand quarter). Forbes-Leith of 
Fyvie (1889). 

Erm. on a chevron engrailed 
between three mullets gu. as many 
garbs or. Baxter of Kincaldrum 

(1855)- 

Erm. on a chevron engrailed between 
three mullets gu. as many garbs or, 
within a bordure of the second. 
Baxter of Kilmaron (1862). 

Erm. on a chevron between three 
anchors az. as many escallops arg. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). John 
Taylor Gordon, M.D. (1837). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
cinquefoils in chief arg. and a hunting- 
horn in base of the same, tipped and 
garnished az., three buckles of the 
third. Duncan of Ardownie. 

Gu. on a chevron between a cres- 
cent in chief and a buckle in base 
arg. a rose between two lioncels 
combatant of the first. Hepburn of 
Keith. 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
cinquefoils arg. a buckle az. between 
two ermine spots, within a bordure 
of the second charged with eight 
trefoils slipped vert. Hamilton of 
Binning. 

Gu. on a chevron between a cres- 
cent in chief arg. and a stag's head in 
base erased or three mullets of the 
first, all within a bordure az. Ker OF 
Chatto. 

Gu. on a chevron arg. between a 
crescent in chief of the second and a 
stag's head in base or three mullets 
of the first. Ker of Greenhead. 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
wolves' heads erased arg., armed and 
langued az., a billet of the field. 



48 



CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

Alexander Robertson, Town Clerk, 
Aberdeen. 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
cinquefoils arg. as many buckles 
az. Hamilton of Littlepreston 

(1673). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
cinquefoils erm. a buckle az., all within 
a bordure embattled or, charged with 
eight thistles vert, flowered of the first. 
Col. George Hamilton, second son 
of Reidhouse (1694). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. between a 
fleur de lys in chief and a martlet in 
base of the second three mullets of 
the field. William Kerr, physician, 
Northampton (1737). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys or a thistle ppr., within 
a bordure wavy of the second. Brown 
of Long Itchington (1742). 

Gu. on a chevron between two 
mullets in chief or and a lion ram- 
pant in base arg. three cross crosslets 
fitcheeaz. WardrobeofCult(i76i). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. between three 
fleurs de lys or a crescent of the first 
between two mullets az., all within a 
bordure of the last. Rev. Richard 
Brown, Bute (1763). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys or a crescent of the first 
between two martlets az., all within 
a bordure wavy arg. Brown of 
Ellieston (1769). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. between two 
spur-revels in chief or and a castle of 
the second masoned sa. in base, three 
mullets of the first. Alexander 
Kincaid, Lord Provost of Edinburgh 
(1776). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys or a garb vert, banded 
az. Brown of Newhall ( 1 st matric. 
1781, 2nd do. 1827). 

Gu. on a chevron engrailed between 
three wolves' heads erased arg. a 
cinquefoil az. George Robinson 
(Robertson ?), Provost of Banff 

(1785). 

Gu. on a chevron between two 

cinquefoils in chief arg. and a hunting- 



Chevron — continued. 

horn in base or, stringed and viroled 
vert, three escutcheons of the field. 
George Duncan, Comptroller of 
Taxes (1786). 

Gu. on a chevron embattled between 
a fleur de lys in chief and a martlet in 
base arg. three mullets of the field. 
Col. James Kerr, H.E.I.C.S. (1806). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
cinquefoils arg. a boar's head couped 
of the first, in the middle chief point 
an annulet or. Hamilton of Bar- 
dowie (18 10). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
escallops in chief and a dolphin in 
base arg. as many trefoils slipped az., 
within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. Edward Earl (181 1). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
wolves' heads erased arg. a boar's 
head erased of the first. Robertson 
of Loganhouse ( i 83 i). 

Gu. on a chevron between two 
claricords in chief and a galley, sails 
furled and oars in action, in base or, a 
thistle ppr. James Arthur, M.D. 

(1837). 

Gu. on a chevron or between six 
arrows in chief, three and three, points 
upwards, two saltire-ways and one in 
pale, plumed and banded arg., and in 
base a hunting-horn stringed of the 
third, an elephant's head couped sa. 
Inverarity of Rosemount (1840). 

Gu. on a chevron arg. between two 
spur-revels in chief and a halbert in 
base or a boar's head erased between 
two hands, each holding a dagger 
ppr. Sim of Coombe Wood, co. 
Surrey (1858). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys or a mural crown of the 
first, within a bordure embattled of the 
second. Sir George Brown, G.C.B. 
(i860). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
cinquefoils arg. a buckle az., all within 
a bordure or, charged with eight 
thistles vert (1st and 4th quarters for 
Hamilton). Earl of Haddington 
(1st matric.) 

Gu. on a chevron between three 



CHEVRON 



49 



Chevron — continued. 

fleurs de lys or a ship, sails furled, 
sa., within a bordure of the second 
(i st and 4th quarters). Brown of 
Waterhaughs (1806). 

Gu. on a chevron between a cres- 
cent in chief arg. and a stag's head 
erased in base or three mullets of the 
first, within a bordure az. (1st and 4th 
auarters). SCOTT Kerr OF CHATTO 

(i837). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys or a pellet between two 
mullets sa. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Forsyth - Brown of Whitsome- 
Newton (1856). 

Gu. on a chevron between three 
cinquefoils arg. a buckle az. between 
two ermine spots, within a bordure or, 
charged with eight thistles vert (1st 
and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Earl of Haddington 
(2nd matric. 1859). 

Or, on a chevron sa. between two 
trefoils in chief vert and a lion ram- 
pant in base gu. an otter's head 
erased arg., langued of the fourth. 
Balfour of Forret. 

Or, on a chevron sa. between two 
trefoils in chief and a garb in base 
vert, banded of the first, an otter's 
head erased arg. BALFOUR OF Ran- 
DERSTON. 

Or, on a chevron counter-embattled 
between three water-bougets sa. a 
thistle slipped of the field, accompanied 
with two cinquefoils erm. ROSS OF 
PORTIVOE. 

Or, on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys az. a besant. Brown 

OF BONNYTOWN (1721). 

Or, on a chevron az. between two 
roses in chief and an anchor pale-ways 
in base gu. three besants. BOGLE OF 
Hamilton's Farm (1740). 

Or, on a chevron sa. between three 
trefoils slipped ppr. an otter's head 
erased arg. Balfour of Denmill 

(*773)- 

Or, on a chevron az. between two 

roses in chief and a demi-lion ram- 
pant in base gu. a cross crosslet 
fitchee issuing out of a crescent of 



Chevron — contin ued. 

the first between two besants. An- 
drew Bogle (1806). 

Or, on a chevron az. between three 
griffins' heads erased gu. as many 
roses arg., barbed vert. David 
DREVER, Orkney (1809). 

Or, on a chevron az. between three 
water-bougets sa. as many boars' 
heads couped of the field. Alexander 
Ross of Kintore (18 10). 

Or, T a chevron gu. surmounted by 
another erm. between three laurel 
leaves slipped vert. Robert Couper, 
physician, Wigtown (18 14). 

Or, on a chevron between two 
mullets in chief and a crescent in base 
az. a besant. William Scott, banker, 
Madras (1829). 

Or, on a chevron az. between two 
horses' heads couped in chief and a 
crescent in base gu. three mullets arg. 
David Croall of Southfield, co. 
Midlothian (1875). 

Or, on a chevron az. between 
three crescents gu. a stag's head 
erased of the first. James Bracken- 
ridge Strathy, London (1882). 

Or, on a chevron sa. between three 
laurel leaves ppr. a mullet of the first. 
John Christison, W.S. (1890). 

Or, on a chevron sa. between two 
trefoils slipped in chief and a garb 
in base vert, banded of the first, 
an otter's head erased arg. (2nd 
quarter for Balfour of Randerstoun). 
Paterson- Balfour -Hay of Leys 
and Carpow (2nd matric. 1872). 

Or, on a chevron sa. between two 
trefoils in chief and a garb in base 
vert, banded of the first, an otter's 
head erased arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Balfour of Randerstouii). 
Hay of Leys (1st matric. 1831). 

Or, on a chevron between three 
lions' gambs erect, and erased gu., 
armed az., a crescent of the first (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Austin). Austin- 
GOURLAY OF KlNCRAIG (1865). 

Sa. on a chevron arg. between three 
escallops or a rose gu., barbed vert. 
Robert Graham, London, tailor to 
His Majesty, descended of Morphie. 



50 



CHEVRON 



Chevron — continued. 

Sa. on a chevron between three 
crescents arg. a saltire gu., all within a 
bordure of the second. ALEXANDER 
Martin, Islay Herald. 

Sa. on a chevron between three 
crescents arg. a mascle of the first. 
Andrew Martin, writer, Edinburgh. 

Sa. on a chevron or between three 
mullets arg. as many chess rooks of 
the field. Orrock of that Ilk. 

Sa. on a chevron wavy in the upper 
and embattled in the lower side or 
between three mullets arg. as many 
chess rooks of the first. John 
Orrock, Provost - Marshal of the 
Forces in the Netherlands. 

Sa. on a chevron engrailed or be- 
tween three mullets arg. as many chess 
rooks of the first. THOMAS ORROCK, 
Steward Clerk of St. Andrews. 

Sa. on a chevron between three 
rams' heads couped arg., attired or, 
three stars az. Ramsay of Barra 
(ist matric. 1 83 1). 

Sa. on a chevron between three 
combs arg. a boar passant of the 
field, all within a bordure or. Henry 
James Combs, London (1847). 

Sa. on a chevron wavy between 
three crescents arg. as many mullets 
az. George Martin, merchant, 
Liverpool (1859). 

Sa. on a chevron between three 
boars' heads erased in chief and one 
bear's head as the former in base arg., 
muzzled gu., a cinquefoil of the first 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Patrick 
Buchanan of . . . (descended of 
the family of Lenie). 

Sa. on a chevron between three 
bears' heads erased arg., muzzled gu., 
a cinquefoil of the first, charged with 
a crescent of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Buchanan of Drum- 
PELLIER (ist matric. 1761, 2nd do. 
1871). 

Vert, on a chevron crenelle between 
a unicorn's head erased in chief and a 
stag's head couped in base arg. three 
mullets sa. Master Andrew Ker, 
Sheriff of Linlithgow. 

Vert, on a chevron between three 



Chevron — continued. 

unicorns' heads erased arg. as many 
mullets sa. (ist and 4th quarters for 
Ker). Earl of Roxburgh. 
(8) On a Chevron between ... a chief 

... in chief ... or on a chief . . . 

Arg. on a chevron gu. between three 
cross crosslets fitchde sa. a boar's 
head of the first, and in the middle 
chief point a man's heart of the second. 
Kennedy of Girvanmains. 

Arg. on a chevron between three 
fleurs de lys az. a cross moline of the 
first, on a chief gu. three mullets or. 
Stevenson of Chester (1693). 

Arg. on a chevron bet ween three stags' 
heads couped gu., attired or, a hawk's 
head erased of the last between two 
salmon haurient ppr., on a chief az. 
an anchor between two garbs or. 
William Macleay, Wick (18 14). 

Az. on a chevron or between two 
lions rampant and affrontee (?) in 
chief arg., ducally crowned of the 
second, and a ship, sails furled, in base 
of the last, three mullets of the field, 
on a chief parted per pale 1st arg. a 
heart imperially crowned ppr., 2nd 
arg. a thistle ppr. DOUGLAS OF 
Castle Douglas (1802). 

Az. on a chevron between three 
griffins' heads erased arg. as many 
cross crosslets fitche"e gu., on a chief of 
the second an escallop of the first 
between two cinquefoils of the third. 
Shedden of Paulerspury Park, 
co. Northampton (1824). 
(9) Parted per Chevron. 

Parted per chevron embattled vert 
and gu. three crows arg., within a 
bordure counter- changed of the 
second and first. Craw of Nether- 
byre. 

Parted per chevron embattled vert 
and gu. three crows arg. Craw OF 
Easter Reston. 

Parted per chevron embattled or 
and gu. three cushions counter- 
changed. Dunbar of Barmuc- 

KETTIE. 

Parted per chevron arg. and or, in 
chief two sinister hands couped and 
erected in pale gu., and in base a 



CHEVRON— CHEVRONS OR CHEVRONELS 



5i 



Chevron — continued. 

dagger, point downwards, az. NEII-SON 
of Craigcaffie. 

Parted per chevron arg. and or, in 
chief two sinister hands couped and 
erected gu., and in base a dagger, point 
downward, az. ; over all in the fess 
point a man's heart ppr. Neilson 
of Maxwod. 

Parted per chevron gu. and arg. 
three wolves' heads erased, two in 
chief and one in base, counter-changed 
of the second and first, armed 
and langued az. John ROBERTSON, 
writer, Edinburgh. 

Parted per chevron gu. and or two 
spurs pale-ways, rowels downwards, 
buckled and strapped, in chief of the 
second, and in base a horse courant at 
liberty sa. Lorimer of Kellyfield 

(1859). 

Parted per chevron or and vert, in 
the dexter chief a dexter hand fess- 
ways couped at the wrist gu., and in 
the sinister a cross crosslet fitchee of 
the last, in base a double-headed eagle 
displayed, surmounted of a galley of 
the first, sails furled and rigged sa. 
Macdonell of Morar (i860). 

Parted per chevron az. and erm., 
in chief two boars' heads (couped) or, 
in base a moor's head (couped) ppr., 
banded and wreathed or and gu. 
More Gordon of Charleton 
(1863). 

Parted per chevron arg. and sa. 
three bulls' heads erased, counter- 
changed. TURNBULL OF ABBEY St. 
Bathans (1866). 

Parted per chevron gu. and sa. a 
chevron between two fleurs de lys in 
chief and a cushion in base or. 
Brown of Ashley (1866). 

Parted per chevron sa. and gu., on 
a chevron between three crescents 
arg., a dexter hand erect couped of 
the first. Martin of Auchen- 
dennan (1868). 

Parted per chevron arg. and or a 
chevron counter - embattled between 
three mullets gu. William Scot 
Wilson, LL.D., Bishop of Glasgow 
and Galloway (1868). 



Chevron — continued. 

Parted per chevron sa. and or, in 
chief two chevronels erm., and in 
base a stag trippant az. Wise of 
Hillbank, co. Forfar (2nd matric. 
1878). 

Parted per chevron gu. and arg. 
three lions rampant, within a bordure, 
all counter-changed. Major John 
James Ross (1885). 

Parted per chevron gu. and arg. 
three lions rampant, within a bordure, 
all counter-changed, in the middle 
chief a crescent of the second. Joseph 
Carne Ross, M.D., Penzance (1885). 
Parted per chevron gu. and arg. 
three lions rampant, within a bordure, 
all counter - changed, in the middle 
chief a mullet of the second. Charles 
Campbell Ross, Penzance (1885). 

Parted per chevron gu. and arg. 
two cinquefoils pierced in chief and 
a heart in base, counter - changed. 
County of Lanark (1886). 

Parted per chevron gu. and az. 
two wolves' heads erased in chief or 
and a bear's head couped in base of 
the last, muzzled of the first. John 
Forbes-Robertson, London (1886). 
Parted per chevron arg. and az. 
three mullets in chief and a crescent 
in base, counter-changed. Alexander 
Borthwick Murray, Adelaide, 
South Australia (1891). 

Parted per chevron arg. and or, 
on a chevron cotised az. a redbreast 
ppr. between two mullets of the first, 
in chief as many fleurs de lys of the 
third. MuiR OF Deanston, Lord 
Provost of Glasgow (1892). 

Parted per chevron embattled vert 
and gu., in chief two garbs or, banded 
of the second, in base two scimitars 
in saltire ppr., surmounted by a tiger's 
face of the third (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Valiant). CUMMING OF LOGIE 
(2nd matric. 1859). 
Chevrons or Chevronels (2). 

Arg. two chevrons sa., each charged 

with a plate. Samuel M'Lelland. 

Arg. two chevronels gu. between 

three martlets in chief sa. and a man's 

heart ensigned with an imperial crown 



52 



CHEVRONS OR CHEVRONELS— CHIEF 



Chevrons or Chevronels (2) — continued. 

ppr. in base. William Oliver, 
advocate (1771). 

Arg. two chevronels sa. Sir 
George Thomas Staunton, Bart. 

(1817). 

Arg. two chevronels sa. within a 
bordure vert, charged with three 
martlets or. (Sir) Douglas Mac- 
lagan, M.D. (1876). 

Erm. two chevrons gu. within a 
bordure az., charged with eight cres- 
cents arg. Lieut. Robert Mushet. 

Gu. two chevrons engrailed between 
three fleurs de lys or. Carruthers 

OF HOWMAINS. 

Gu. two chevrons engrailed be- 
tween three fleurs de lys or, within a 
bordure arg. Carruthers of . . . 
Steward Depute of Annandale. 

Gu. two chevronels engrailed be- 
tween three fleurs de lys or (1st and 
4th quarters). William Mitchell- 
Carruthers (1876). 

Gu. two chevrons engrailed be- 
tween three fleurs de lys or (2nd and 
3rd quarters). John Peter Car- 
ruthers Wade, H.E.I.C.S. (1854). 

Or, two chevrons within a bordure 
engrailed gu. Maclellan of Bar- 
clay ( 1 7 1 9 ?). 

Or, two chevrons engrailed gu. 
between three boars' heads erased sa. 
Gardyne of Middleton (1804 ?). 

Or, two chevronels gu., in base a 
galley, oars in action, sa., within a 
bordure nebuly of the second. 
Daniel Maclaurin, London (1866). 

Or, two chevronels gu. between as 
many buckles fess-ways in chief and a 
hunting-horn in base az., stringed gu. 
Orme of Balvaird. 1st and 4th 
quarters on an escutcheon of pretence 
over Malcolm of Poltalloch 
(1818). 

Or, two chevrons gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Moray of Aber- 
cairney. 

Sa. two chevronels between as 
many owls in chief and a wolfs head 
erased arg. in base Howatson of 
DORNAL, co. Ayr (1892). 

Sa. two chevrons that in chief erm., 



Chevrons or Chevronels (2) — continued. 
the other arg., the latter charged with 
three mullets of the field, and in base 
a cinquefoil of the third, on a canton 
erminois a lion passant guardant az. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Brooke 
Hamilton Gyll, co. Bucks. (1844). 

Chevronels (3). 

Sa. three chevronels erm Wise 
OF Hillbank (1st matric. 1807). 

CHIEF. 

(1) A Chief. 

(2) On a Chief . . . 

(1) A Chief. 

Arg. a chief az., in fess two mascles 
of the last, and in base a ship, her 
sails furled, with flag Jack and pinnets 
flying, in a sea at anchor, all ppr. 
Dewar of Vogrie (1st matric.) 

Arg. a chief gu. Menzies of 
that Ilk ( 1 st matric. . . . 2nd do. 

1734). 

Arg. a chief gu. within a bordure 
chequy az. and of the first. Menzies 
of Shien. 

Arg. a chief paly of six or and 
gu. (2nd quarter). University of 
Aberdeen (1888). 

Erm. a chief gu. Menzies OF 

PlTFODDELS. 

Or, a chief az. Dewar of 
Vogrie (2nd matric. 1760). 

(2) On a Chief . . . 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or. 
Keith, Earl Marischal. 

Arg. on a chief az. three mullets of 
the first, in base a hunting-horn sa., 
garnished gu., in the fess point a 
mullet surmounted of a crescent. 
Murray of Pitkeirie. 

Arg. on a chief sa. three escallops 
or, a crescent of the third surmounted 
by a mullet of the second for differ- 
ence. James Graham, Commissary 
Clerk of Dunblane [impaling Flcming\. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or, 
a crescent for difference. Keith of 
Keith-hall (afterwards Earl of Kin- 
tore"). 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or, 
differenced with a buckle of the third. 
Keith of Auquhorsk. 

Arg. on a chief gu. a cushion be- 



CHIEF 



53 



Chief — continued. 

tween two spur-revels of the first. 
Marjoribanks of Leuchie. 

Arg. on a chief indented vert three 
crescents of the first. SIMPSON of 
Thornton. 

Arg. on a chief vert three crescents 
of the first. Simpson of Udoch. 

Arg. on a chief embattled gu. three 
pallets or, a bordure crenelle - of the 
second. Keith of Craig (1692). 

Arg. on a chief gu. a cushion be- 
tween two spur-revels of the field. 
Marjoribanks of Hallyards 

(1787). 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or. 
Keith of Ravelston (2nd matric. 
1801). 

Arg. on a chief gu. a cushion be- 
tween two spur-revels of the field. 
Marjoribanks of Lees (18 19). 

Arg. on a chief gu. a boar's head 
erased between two mullets or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Cochran of 
Balfour, co. Aberdeen (1875). 

Arg. on a chief engrailed az. a 
boar's head erased or between two 
mullets of the first. COCHRANE OF 
Calder Glen, co. Lanark (1884). 

Arg. on a chief az. an imperial 
crown or, in base a thistle vert, 
flowered gu. (1st and 4th quarters 
for St. John). Lord Torphichen. 

Arg. on a chief az. an imperial 
crown or, in base a thistle vert, 
flowered gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Sandilands of Hilderston. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three lions' 
heads erased of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Ritchie of Craigtown 

(1758). 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or, 
a bordure embattled of the second (1st 
and 4th quarters). Robert Keith, 
H.M. Envoy to Russia (1769). 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets or 
(3rd quarter of 2nd grand quarter for 
Keith). Lord Elphinstone (1864). 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pales 
(pallets) or (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Keith). Earl of Kintore. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three lions' heads 
erased of the first, within a bordure 



Chief — continued. 

erm. (1st and 4th quarters of 2nd and 
3rd grand quarters). COOPER OF 
Failford (3rd matric. 1852). 

Arg. on a chief gu. three lions' 
heads erased of the first, within a bor- 
dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters for 
Ritchie). COOPER OF FAILFORD 
(2nd matric. 1839). 

Arg. on a chief gu. three cushions 
or (3rd quarter). MURRAY OF 
Stanhope. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three cushions 
or (3rd quarter), in the centre of the 
shield a mullet or. Thomas Murray, 
Captain 48th Foot. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three pallets 
or (3rd quarter for Keith), in the 
centre of the shield a mullet az. for 
difference. Lady Osborne-Elphin- 
stone (1870). 

Arg. on a chief sa. three escallops 
or (1st and 4th quarters of 3rd grand 
quarter). Barclay-Allardice(i 883). 

Chequy or and gu., on a chief of 
the last three mullets of the first. 
MOUNSEY OF KlLLILUNG (i 763). 

Erm. on a chief gu. a stag's head 
erased or between two mullets arg. 
Cochran of Drumbreck. 

Erm. on a chief gu. a stag's head 
erased between two mullets arg., 
within a bordure of the second. 
William Cochran, second son of 
Drumbreck. 

Erm. on a chief az. three mullets 
arg., a bordure gu. Douglas of 
Cliftonhall. 

Erm. on a chief az. a cherub dis- 
played or. Mr. John Menzies, 
Professor of Divinity, Aberdeen. 

Gu. on a chief arg. three hearts 
ppr. Hart of Baltully (1773). 

Lozengy arg. and vert, on a chief 
gu. three martlets of the first. Gill 
OF BLAIRYTHAN, co. Aberdeen (1878). 

Or, on a chief az. three mullets 
arg., in the middle fess point a cres- 
cent gu. Durham of Largo. 

Or, on a chief embattled sa. three 
escallops of the first. GRAHAM OF 
Micklewood. 



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CHIEF— CINQUEFOILS 



Chief — continued. 

Or, on a chief ermines three escal- 
lops of the field. James Graham, 
Glasgow (1817). 

Or, on a chief embattled erm. 
three escallops of the first. Robert 
Graham of Brooksby, Largs 

(1854). 

Or, on a chief erm. three escallops 

of the first. Graham of Burnt- 

shiels (1854). 

Or, on a chief invected erm. three 
escallops of the first. John Graham, 
Largs (1854). 

Or, on a chief engrailed erm. three 
escallops of the first. Alexander 
Gordon Graham, merchant, Glasgow 
(1863). 

Or, on a chief vert a goshawk be- 
tween two crescents arg. Simpson 
of Strathavon (1866). 

Or, on a chief az. a cinquefoil arg. 
Dewar of Lassodie (1877). 

Or, on a chief sa. three escallops 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters for 
Graham). Marquess of Montrose. 

Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of 
the field (1st and 4th quarters for 
Graham). VISCOUNT PRESTON. 

Or, on a chief engrailed sa. three 
escallops of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Graham of Braco. 

Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of 
the first (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure chequy sa. and or. 
Graham of Garture. 

Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of 
the first (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure quartered gu. and sa. 
Col. Henry Graham of . . . 

Or, on a chief sa. three escallops 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Graham of Killern (17 14). 

Or, on a chief sa. three escallops 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Graham of Airth (1722 ?). 

Or, on a chief ermines three escal- 
lops of the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
James Maxwell Graham, merchant, 
Glasgow (1837). 

Or, on a chief ermines three escal- 
lops of the first (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure erm. Charles 



Chief — continued. 

Maxwell Graham, merchant, Glas- 
gow (1842). 

Or, on a chief ermines three escal- 
lops of the first (2nd quarter). 
Graham Maxwell of Marks- 
worth (1858). 

Or, on a chief sa. three escallops of 
the field (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Graham). Innes OF LoCHALSH 
(2nd matric. 18 19). 

Or, on a chief indented az. three 
plates (3rd quarter of 3rd grand 
quarter). Duke of Athole (1865). 

Or, on a chief dancette az. three 
besants (5 th quarter for Let ham of 
coat impaled by Macgregor). Captain 
Evan John Macgregor Murray 
(1809). 

Sa. on a chief erm. three cocks 
ppr. Arthur of Leven Bank 
(1803). 
Cinquefoil. 

Arg. a cinquefoil sa., on a chief gu. 
two mullets of the first. DOUGLAS OF 
Morton (1772). 

Arg. a cinquefoil sa. within a bor- 
dure wavy erm., on a chief gu. two 
mullets of the field. Francis Brown 
Douglas, advocate, Lord Provost of 
Edinburgh (i860). 

Gu. a cinquefoil slipped {sic) between 
three crescents arg. Oliphant of 
Culquhir. 

Gu. a cinquefoil arg. between three 
antique crowns or ( 1 st and 4th quarters), 
en surtout a medal or, charged with a 
profile of Francis II., Emperor of 
Germany, with the legend " Imp. 
Caesar Franciscus II., P. F. Aug." 
Keir Grant of Blackburn (1805). 
CincLuefoils (2). 

Gu. two cinquefoils in chief and a 
hunting-horn in base arg., stringed az., 
in the centre pendant by a ribbon arg. 
and az. from a naval crown or a gold 
medal, thereon two figures, the em- 
blems of Victory and Britannia, with 
a wreath of laurel, below the medal the 
word "Camperdown" (1st and 4th 
quarters). Earl of Camperdown 
(1882). 

The same arms (3rd quarter). 



CINQUEFOILS 



55 



Cinquefoils (2) — continued. 

Hon. Hew A. D. H. H. D. Mercer 

Henderson (1882). 
Cinquefoils (3) — see also Fraises (3). 
Arg. three cinquefoils sa., a crescent 

of the second surmounted by another 

of the first for difference. BORTH- 

WICK OF MOORHOUSE. 

Arg. three cinquefoils sa., a crescent 

of the second surmounted by another 

or. BORTHWICK OF HEARTSYDE, 

alias Heartstead. 

Arg. three cinquefoils gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory vert, 
in the fess point a cross crosslet 
fitchee sa. LIVINGSTONE OF Count- 
ESWELLS. 

Arg. three cinquefoils sa. within a 
bordure engrailed of the last. JAMES 
Borthwick, Bombay (1808). 

Arg. three cinquefoils sa. LORD 
Borthwick (1873). 

Arg. three cinquefoils gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
dovetailed gu. Duncan M'Lea 
(1806). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. 1 Fraser 
of Hospitalfield (ist matric. 
1804?). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (ist and 
4th quarters). Fraser of Findrack 

(1864). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (ist and 
4th quarters of 2nd grand quarter for 
Fraser of Invera/loc/iy), the latter within 
a bordure erm. Burton-Mackenzie 
ofKilcoy, co. Ross (2nd matric. 1887). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (4th quar- 
ter of 2nd grand quarter), the latter 
within a bordure nebuly gu. (for Gor- 
don of Invergordon). Fraser of 
Findrack (1864). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Forbes OF New 

(1763). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), in the fess point a 
crescent. Hay of Rannas (1764). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Hay of Mordington (2nd matric. 
1764). 

1 An unfinished entry in Register. 



Cinquefoils (3) — continued. 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (1st and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). MACKENZIE OF KlLCOY 
(ist matric.) 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
or charged with eight fleurs de lys 
az. Hamilton Gyll, co. Bucks. 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter with a crescent 
gu. for difference, and within a bor- 
dure of the last. Hay Gordon of 
Avochie (1858). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (4th quar- 
ter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure sa. charged 
with eight besants. Robert Stewart, 
Aberdeen (1732). 

Az. three cinquefoils arg. (3rd 
quarter). Hay of Mordington (ist 
matric. 1761). 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
bordure counter-indented arg. and of 
the first. Hamilton of Blanter- 
ferm. 

Gu. three cinquefoils between two 
flasques arg. Hamilton of Col- 
quot. 

Gu. three cinquefoils arg. within a 
bordure of the second, charged with 
four saltires couped and as many 
mullets interchanged of the first. 
Hamilton of Cubardie. 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
bordure parted per pale arg. and or. 
Hamilton of Mount Hamilton 
(Ireland). 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
bordure quarterly, first and last en- 
grailed arg., second and third invected 
az. Hamilton of Neilsland. 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
bordure quarterly vairy and counter- 
compony, both arg. and of the first. 
Hamilton of Presmennan. 

Gu. three cinquefoils arg. within a 
bordure of the last. HAMILTON OF 
Preston. 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
bordure potent counter-potent of the 



56 



CINQUEFOILS— COLLARS 



Cinquefoils (3) — continued. 

second and first. HAMILTON OF 
WESTBURNE. 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
bordure arg. enaluron of martlets of 
the first. Hamilton of Westport. 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or. 
Hamilton of Gilkercleugh ( i 8 i 4). 

Gu. three cinquefoils within a bor- 
dure erm. ; on a canton argent in front 
of three arrows in bend dexter a 
bundle of javelins with a battle-axe in 
the centre, erect and tied in the form 
of a Roman fasces, surmounted by a 
bow in bend sinister, all ppr. James 
Hamilton, M.D., London (1825). 

Gu. three cinquefoils pierced or. 
Hamilton of Minard (1863). 

Gu. three cinquefoils pierced arg. 
Burgh of Hamilton (1886). 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and 
4th quarters). Duke of Hamilton. 

Gu. three cinquefoils arg. (1st and 
4th quarters). Hamilton of Kil- 

BRAIKMONTH. 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
compony of eight pieces arg. and gu., 
charged alternately with a saltire and 
a buckle counter-changed. Master 
John Hamilton, Edinburgh, Sub- 
dean of the Chapel Royal. 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
compony arg. and az., the first charged 
with hearts gu. and the second with 
mullets of the first. Hamilton of 
Barganie (patent 1746, recorded 
1784). 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Hamilton of Baldon 

(1733)- 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. within a 
bordure embattled or (2nd quarter). 
Alexander Hamilton, alias Inglis 

OF MURDISTON (i 734). 

Gu. three cinquefoils arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
embattled arg. ; in the centre chief 
point, pendant from a mural crown 
or by a ribbon gu., fimbriated az., a 



Cinquefoils (3) — continued. 

cross patee gold. Major-Gen. James 
Kempt (1814). 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
compony arg. and az., the first charged 
with hearts gu. and the second with 
mullets arg. Buchan of Auchma- 
coy (1830). 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
compony arg. and az., the first charged 
with hearts gu. and the second with 
mullets arg. Hamilton-Dalrymple 
of North Berwick (1889). 

Gu. three cinquefoils erm. (1st and 
4th quarters of 3d grand quarter). 
Earl of Selkirk (1799). 
Claricords (3). 

Gu. three claricords or, on a canton 
of the field two lions guardant passant 
in pale or (3rd quarter for Granville, 
Earl of Bath, with augmentation for 
Normandy) ; over all on an escutcheon 
gu., ensigned by an earl's coronet, three 
mullets within a bordure or, charged 
with a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the field. Duke of Suther- 
land (1839). 
Cock. 

Arg. a cock gu. between three 
mullets of six points sa., on a chief of 
the second three cushions or. Sto- 
thert of Cargen (18 14). 
Cocks (3). 

Arg. three cocks gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Cockburn of Langtoun. 

Arg. three cocks gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters). Stothert of Blacket 

(1814). 

Collars (3). 

Vert, three collars or, on a chief 
indented arg. as many hunting-horns 
of the first, stringed and garnished gu. 
John Hunter, merchant, Ayr. 

Vert, three collars or, on a 
chief indented arg. as many hunting- 
horns of the first, stringed and gar- 
nished gu., within a bordure of the 
third, charged with four roses of the 



COLLARS— CRESCENT 



57 



Collars (3) — continued. 

fourth. Hunter of Barjarg 

(1824). 
Column. 

Vert, a Corinthian column with 
capital and base in pale ppr. between 
two cross crosslets fitchee in fess or. 
William Adam of Maryburgh 
(1756). 
Compass. 

Gu. a compass or (2nd quarter). 
Incorporation of Wrights and 
Coopers of Aberdeen (1696 ?). 
Crane. 

Arg. a crane holding in the dexter 
foot a stone ppr., on a chief vert 
three crescents of the first. Sir 
James Simpson, G.C.B. (1856). 

Az. a crane ppr. Henry Fithie, 
Arbroath. 

Gu. a crane without a head, and in 
chief two mullets arg. Phin OF 
Whitehill. 

Gu. a crane without a head arg. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Finnie OF 
HlLBRAE (1765). 

Cranes (3). 

Gu. three cranes within a bordure 
invected arg. Cranston of Meckrie. 

Gu. three cranes arg. within a 
bordure embattled of the second. 
Samuel Cranston, Governor of 
-Read. Island, 
r^ Crescent. 

Arg. a crescent between three 
cinquefoils sa. Borthwick of 
Crookston. 

Arg. a crescent between three 
cinquefoils sa. within a bordure erm. 
Borthwick of Stow. 

Arg. a crescent between three 
mullets az. James Innes, Adv. Gen., 
Jamaica, brother to Dunkinty. 

Arg. a crescent gu. between three 
holly branches, each consisting of as 
many leaves vert banded of the 
second. Irvine of Burleigh. 

Arg. a crescent between three boars' 
heads erased az., armed or. Hog OF 
Cammo (1736). 

Arg. a crescent between three 
urcheons sa. Robert Herries, mer- 
chant, Rotterdam (1747). 



Crescent — continued. 

Arg. a crescent az. between three 
shields gu., all within a bordure 
chequy of the third and first. Hay 
of Newhall (1773). 

Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief in- 
dented az. three mullets pierced of the 
field. Trotter of Kettleshiel 
(1803). 

Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief en- 
grailed az. three mullets pierced of 
the field. Trotter of Shuddy 
Camps, co. Cambridge (1803). 

Arg. a crescent between three 
otters' heads erased gu. Fullarton 

OF KlLMICHAEL (l866). 

Arg. a crescent gu., and on a chief 
az. three mullets of the first (1st and 
4th quarters). Durham of Largo 
(2nd matric. 1750 ?). 

Arg. a crescent gu., and on a chief 
az. three mullets of the field (1st and 
4th quarters). Calderwood Dur- 
ham of Largo (1792). 

Arg. a crescent gu., in the collar 
point a mullet az., on a chief of the 
last three mullets of the first (1st and 
4th quarters). Rear-Admiral Sir 
Philip C. Henderson Durham, 
K.C.B. (1818). 

Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief in- 
dented az. three spur-revels of the first 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure erm. Sir Charles Coutts 
Trotter, Bart. (1825). 

Arg. a crescent between three 
mullets az., within a bordure chequy 
of the second and first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Innes of Learney (1875). 

Arg. a crescent gu., on a chief en- 
grailed az. three spur-revels of the first 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Captain John 
Ruthven, formerly Trotter (1809). 

Az. a crescent gu., on a chief in- 
dented az. three spur-revels of the field 
(1st and 4th quarters [for Trotter] of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), the latter 
within a bordure erm. Lindsay OF 
BALCARRES (1875). 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
arg. Viscount Arbuthnot. 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
arg. within a bordure of the second, 



58 



CRESCENT— CRESCENTS 



Crescent — cofitinued. 

verdoy of eight fraises of the first. 
Aberbuthnet (Arbuthnot) of 
Catherlen. 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
within an orle of eight fraises arg. 
Aberbuthnet (Arbuthnot) of 
Fiddes. 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
within a bordure arg. ABERBUTH- 
NET (Arbuthnot) of Findowrie. 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
arg. within a bordure indented and 
quartered of the second and first. 
Aberbuthnet (Arbuthnot), Mon- 
trose. 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
arg. within a bordure wavy of the 
second. David Arbuthnot, Wey- 
mouth. 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
arg. within a bordure crenelle or. 
Arbuthnot of Arbuthnotshaugh 

(1765). 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
arg. within a bordure or, charged with 
three boars' heads erased gu. (Sir) 
William Arbuthnot (1st matric. 
1814, 2nd do. 1822). 

Az. a crescent between two mullets 
in chief and a garb in base or. 
Wauchope of Edmondstone [im- 
paled by Baird ] (1845). 

Az. a crescent between seven 
mullets arg., on a chief or three swords, 
two in saltire and one in fess, between 
a dexter hand couped appaume and a 
heart, all gu. Carthew-Yorstoun of 
East Tinwald (1861). 

Az. a crescent arg. charged with a 
label of four points gu. between three 
bears' heads couped of the second, 
muzzled of the third (1st and 4th 
quarters). David Forbes (1765). 

Az. a crescent between three bears' 
heads couped arg., muzzled gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Forbes of Wood- 
ston (1765). 

Az. a crescent between three mullets 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory arg., within a bordure or 
(1st and 4th quarters). Murray of 

MURRAYTHWAITE (1792). 



Crescent — co7itinned. 

Az. a crescent or between three 
cross crosslets arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). RITCHIE OF Craigtown 

(1758). 

Gu. a crescent arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. within a bordure 
embattled or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Hamilton of Inverdovat. 

Or, a crescent gu., on a chief az. 
three mullets arg., over all a bendlet 
engrailed of the second. Adolphus 
Durham, son of Largo. 

Or, a crescent gu. between two spur- 
revels in chief and a hunting-horn 
in base sa. Burn of Coldoch 

(1757?). 

Or, a crescent sa. between two 
cross crosslets fitchee in chief, and in 
base the attires of a stag affixed to 
the scalp gu., a chief chequy of the 
last and arg. Molison on an escut- 
cheon of pretence over Ogilvy Dal- 

GLEISH OF MAYFIELD (1883). 

Or, a crescent gu. (2nd quarter). 
Smith of Camno (1768). 

Or, a crescent gu. (2nd quarter), 
all within a bordure gu. Smith of 
Smithfield (1768). 

Sa. a crescent or between three 
besants. Laidlay of Seacliff, co. 
Haddington (1891). 

Vert, a crescent between six keys in 
saltire, 2, 2, and 2, or. Peter of 
Crossbasket (1806). 
Crescents (2). 

Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a 
chief gu. a boar's head couped of the 
first. Tennant of St. Rollox 
(1856). 

Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a 
chief gu. a boar's head couped of the 
first, within a bordure of the second. 
Tennant of Balwill (1868). 

Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a 
chief engrailed az. a boar's head 
couped of the first. David Tennant, 
Capetown, Cape of Good Hope (1872). 

Arg. two crescents in fess sa., on a 
chief gu. a boar's head couped of the 
field, all within a bordure compony of 
the second and first. Tennant of 
the Glen, co. Peebles (1885). 



CRESCENTS 



59 



Crescents (3). 

Arg. three crescents gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). GEORGE Ogilvie, 
Jamaica. 

Az. three crescents arg. Patton 
of Ferrochie. 

Az. three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter [for Seto/i] of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters for Huntly). JOHN, 
Earl of Sutherland. 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure invected of the second, 
charged with eight roses of the first. 
Alexander Melville. 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure counter-compony of the second 
and first. Oliphant of Condie. 

Gu. three crescents arg., in the fess 
point another crescent or for difference. 
Oliphant of Gask. 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure chequy of the second and 
first. Oliphant of Kinneder. 

Gu. three crescents interlaced or 
between as many wolves' heads erased 
arg., armed and langued az., within a 
bordure of the third charged with eight 
mullets of the first. Robertson of 
Muirton. 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses of the first, a small crescent 
of the second in chief for difference. 
Melville of Strathkiness (1773). 

Gu. three crescents interlaced or 
between as many wolves' heads erased 
arg., armed and langued az., within a 
bordure of the third charged with 
three crescents in chief and five 
mullets of the first. PRINCIPAL 
William Robertson, D.D. (1783). 

Gu. three crescents within a bor- 
dure arg. Lawrence Oliphant, 
Liverpool (1790). 

Gu. three crescents interlaced or 
between three wolves' heads erased 
arg., within a bordure of the last 
charged with three mullets in chief 
and five crescents of the field. 
Robertson of Lawers (18 14). 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 



Crescents (3) — continued. 

eight roses of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure or. 
Melville of Cassingray. 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
eight roses of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters for Melville). Lord Mel- 
ville (1673). 

Gu. three crescents within a bor- 
dure arg. charged with eight roses of 
the field (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Melville). LORD ROSS. 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses of the first ; in the collar point 
a crescent of the second (2nd and 
3rd quarters). White Melville 
of Bennochy (1799). 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with 
eight roses of the first, a crescent 
of the second in chief for difference 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). BALFOUR- 
Melville of Pilrig and Strath- 
kiness (1883). 

Gu. three crescents arg. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
eight roses of the first (2nd quarter 
[for Melville] of 4th grand quarter). 
Earl of Glasgow (1869). 

Or, three crescents gu., an annulet 
surmounted of a crescent for difference. 
Edmiston of Bellewen-Edmiston. 

Or, three crescents gu. Edmiston 
of Ednam. 

Or, three crescents gu., an annulet 
of the second surmounted of a mullet 
of the first for difference. EDMISTON 
of Newton (1st matric.) 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory (gu.) en- 
vironed with a bordure engrailed and 
quarterly arg. and az. William 
Seton, sometime Provost of Had- 
dington. 

Or, three crescents gu. within a 
bordure engrailed az. ELIZABETH 
Edmiston (1791). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters for Seton). Earl 
of Dunfermline. 



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CRESCENTS 



Crescents (3) — continued. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (ist and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Seton of Abercorn. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (ist 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and or. Seton OF 
GARLETON. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (ist and 
4th quarters). Smith, alias Seton of 
Touch (177 i). 

Or, three crescents gu. (ist and 4th 
quarters). Edmonston of Newton 
(2nd matric. 1775). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., all 
within a bordure parted per pale of 
the last and az. (ist and 4th quarters). 
Miss Ellen Elizabeth Reid-Seton 
of Oxmantounhill, co. Dublin 
(1866). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter of ist and 4th grand quarters 
for Seton), all within a bordure or. 
Gordon of Gordonstoun. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter of ist and 4th grand quarters), 
all within a bordure or charged with 

Mr. Robert 
second son of 



az. 



eight crescents 
Gordon of . 
Gordonstoun. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter of 2nd grand quarter), the 
latter within a bordure nebuly gu. (for 
Gordon of Invergordon). Fraser OF 
Findrack (1864). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Gordon of 
Glastirim. 

Or, three crescents gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Ed/niston) ; over all 
a cross engrailed sa. Ogilvie OF 
Boyne. 

Or, three crescents gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters) ; over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within 



Crescents (3) — continued. 

a bordure engrailed az. Ogilvie of 
Raggell. 

Or, three crescents gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters) ; over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa. J AMES 
Ogilvie, second brother of Boyne. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Urquhart of 
MELDRUM (ist matric.) 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., in the 
fess point a crescent az. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). HUGH Edmonstone 
Montgomerie, London (1876). 

Or, three crescents gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters [for Edmonstone] of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters) ; over the latter 
dividing the coats a cross engrailed 
sa., charged with a crescent arg. ; over 
all on an escutcheon of pretence 
Molison. Ogilvy Dalgleish of 
Mayfield, co. Forfar (1883). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure sa. charged 
with eight besants. Robert Stewart, 
Aberdeen (1732). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter - flory gu. (3rd 
quarter for Seton). Marquess OF 
Huntly. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure indented 
arg. Gordon of Letterfurie. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure sa. 
charged with eight besants. John 
Gordon, merchant, Aberdeen. 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure quarterly 
arg. and gu. Gordon of Abergeldie 
(1676). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure nebuly 
gu. Gordon of Dalpholly (1697). 

Or, three crescents within a double 



CRESCENTS— CROSS 



61 



Crescents (3) — continued. 

tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter). Urquhart of Byth (1741). 
Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure nebuly 
gu. Gordon of Invergordon 

(1756). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter). John GORDON, South 
Carolina (1776). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure compony 
arg. and az. William Conway 
Gordon (1846). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure compony 
arg. and az. Captain Alexander 
Gordon, R.N. (1848). 

Or, three crescents within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (4th 
quarter). GORDON OF BALMOOR 

(1775)- 
Crook, Shepherd's. 

Arg. a shepherd's crook sa. MAC- 
Laurin of Dreghorn (1781). 
Crosiers (2). 

Arg. two crosiers saltire-ways az. 
between a man's heart in chief ppr. 
and three mullets of the second in 
base. Macguffock of Rusco. 

Az. two crosiers in saltire and in 
chief a mitre or. Episcopal See of 
Argyle. 

Arg. two crosiers in saltire sa. 
between a heart in chief gu. and three 
boars' heads couped of the second in 
the flanks and base. James M'Guffie 

(1874). 
Crosiers (3). 

Az. three crosiers pale-ways in fess 
or and a saltire couped in base arg. 
Lammie (L'Amy) of Dunkenie (1st 
matric.) 

Az. three crosiers pale-ways in fess 
or, and in base a saltire couped arg. 
Ramsay L'Amy of Dunkenny (2nd 
matric. 18 13). 

Az. three crosiers pale-ways in fess 
or, in base a saltire couped arg. (1st 



Crosiers (3) — continued. 

and 4th quarters). Ramsay L'Amy 
of Dunkenny (3rd matric. 1864). 

CROSS. 

( 1 ) Cross, and Cross between . . . or 

within . . . 

(2) On a Cross . . . 

(1) Cross, and Cross between . . . 
or within . . . 
Arg. a cross engrailed sa. between 



four cross crosslets fitchee 



gu. 



crescent for difference. EUPHAME 
Adinstone [impaled by Tumbutt\ 

Arg. a cross engrailed between four 
roses gu. Aiton of that Ilk. 

Arg. a cross engrailed between four 
roses gu. within a bordure of the last. 
Ayton of Kinnaldy. 

Arg. a cross between four mullets 
az. Bannatyne of Corehouse. 

Arg. a cross sa. between four hearts 
ppr. Butter of Gormack. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. Col- 
quhoun of Luss. 

Arg. a cross between four bees sa. 
Mr. John Glendie, Dean of Cashell. 

Arg. a cross engrailed on the outer 
and invected on the inner side sa., 
within a bordure compony of the second 
and first. SINCLAIR OF Brimmes. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
eight plates. Sinclair of Dun. 

Arg. a cross engrailed on the outer 
side and invected on the inner sa., with- 
in a bordure compony of the second 
and first. Sinclair of Harpsdale. 

Arg. a cross engrailed gu. Sin- 
clair of Longformacus. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. SIN- 
CLAIR OF Roslin. 

Arg. a cross engrailed (sa.) within a 
bordure wavy of the second charged 
with six mullets of the first. LAUR- 
ENCE Sinclair. 

Arg. a cross engrailed between two 
mascles in chief sa. John Sinclair, 
writer, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. between 
two mullets az. (sic). Thomas 
Sinclair, Thurso. 

Arg. a cross engrailed between four 
roses gu., differenced with a crescent 



62 



CROSS 



Cross — continued. 

of the first. Aiton of Inschdairnie 

(1673). 

Arg. a cross engrailed az. St. 
Clair of Hermiston (1730). 

Arg. a cross sa., in the dexter chief 
point a lion rampant of the last. 
Henry Colquhoun [Cahun, Gahn], 
M.D. (1780). 

Arg. a cross between four mascles 
sa. Alexander Blair (1849). 

Arg. a cross sa. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters), all within a bordure engrailed 
gu. Guthrie of Carsbank. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa., in the 
dexter chief point a cock gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Col. James St. Clair, 
second son of Lord St. Clair (1735). 

Arg. a cross sa. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters), all within a bordure wavy gu. 
Guthrie of Craigie (1772). 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (1st and 
4th quarters). Alexander Bower 
St. Clair (1852). 

Arg. a cross sa. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure indented 
gu. The Rev. Roger Rowson 

LlNGARD-GUTHRIE (1871). 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand quar- 
ters). Earl of Seafield (1824). 

Arg. a cross engrailed az. (4th 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters) ; over the latter on an 
escutcheon az. an orange with the 
stalk erect slipped and imperially 
crowned ppr. Lord Polwarth 
(1836). 

Arg. a cross counter-embattled sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure arg. charged with eight holly 
leaves vert. Douglas of White- 
riggs. 

Arg. a cross counter-embattled sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure engrailed arg. charged with 
eight holly leaves vert. Douglas of 
Cruixton. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Sinclair). Earl of 

FlNDLATER. 

Arg. a cross engrailed az. 2nd and 



Cross — continued. 

3rd quarters) ; over all on an 
escutcheon vert a lion rampant arg., 
on a chief of the last three pop- 
injays of the third. Home of 

POLWART. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Sir Thomas Wilson 
of West Wickham, co. Kent (1762). 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure az. 
Ogilvie of Auchiries (1766). 

Arg. a cross engrailed az. (3rd 
quarter) ; over all on an escutcheon 
az. an orange with a stalk thereat 
slipped ppr., and on it an imperial 
crown. Earl of Marchmont. (4th 
quarter) Lord Polwarth. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (1st and 
4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter) ; over 
all an escutcheon arg. charged with 
an orange ppr., stalked and slipped 
vert and ensigned with an imperial 
crown. Earl of Marchmont (2nd 
matric. 1765). 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (3rd 
quarter). Home OF Kimmerghame. 

Arg. a cross engrailed sa. (3rd 
quarter). William Ogilvie, heir- 
male of Miltoun (1779). 

Arg. a cross between four mullets 
az. (4th quarter for Bannatyne of 
Corehouse). Sir William Lock- 
hart, Lord Advocate. 

Arg. a cross engrailed az. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 4th grand quarter for 
Sinclair of Hermiston) ; over all on an 
escutcheon arg. an orange crowned 
and slipped ppr. Sir William 
Purves Hume Campbell of 
Marchmont and Purves (18 13). 

Az. between three mullets arg. a 
cross of the second surmounted of a 
saltire gu., in the dexter chief point a 
martlet or. David Murray, apothe- 
cary, Perth. 

Az. between three mullets arg. a 
cross of the second surmounted of a 
saltire gu., in the dexter chief point 
a crescent surmounted of a mullet. 
David Murray, third brother of 
Dullacie. 

Az. a cross couped or between 



CROSS— CROSS CROSSLET 



63 



Cross — continued. 

three bears' heads arg., muzzled gu. 
Forbes of Corss. 

Gu. a cross or. CROSBIE OFHOLM 
(1766). 

Or, a cross az. between four cross 
crosslets fitchee gu. Lyell of Dy- 
sart. 

Or, a cross az. between four 
crosses patee fitchee gu. Lyell 
of Murthill. 

Or, a cross az. between four crosses 
patee fitchee gu., within a bordure 
engrailed of the second. Lyell of 

WOODHEAD. 

Or, a cross engrailed sa. Rait of 
Hallgreen. 

Or, a cross engrailed within a 
bordure invected sa. William Rait, 
merchant, Dundee. 

Or, a cross engrailed sable. Raith 
[impaled by Wauchope\. 

Or, a cross engrailed sa. between 
four roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Kcir). Keir-Mackintosh of 
Dalmigavie, co. Inverness (1882). 

Quarterly, sa. and arg. a cross 
counter-quartered between four es- 
callops, all counter - changed (4th 
quarter). Campbell - Hooke of 
Bangeston (1772-1773). 

Sa. a cross couped and engrailed 
or (3rd quarter for Ufford). William 
Quarles, Baron of the Holy Roman 
Empire, etc. (1767). 
(2) On a Cross . . . 

Arg. on a cross engrailed between 
four roses gu. a baton or, with a lion 
passant guardant of the last. Sir 
John Aiton of Kippo, Knight of 
the Black Rod. 

Arg. on a cross az. between four 
mullets gu. a crescent or. Banna- 

TYNE OF NEWHALL. 

Arg. a cross sa. charged in the 
honour point with a lozenge or, be- 
tween four hearts ppr., that in the 
dexter canton being ensigned with 
an imperial crown of the third. 
William Butter, M.D. (1767)- 

Arg. on a cross engrailed sa. be- 
tween four roses gu. three lozenges or. 
Keir, Calcutta (1768). 



Cross — continued. 

Arg. on a cross sa. a mullet or, in 
the dexter chief point a lion rampant 
of the second. John James Col- 

QUHOUN [CAHUN, GAHN] (1787). 

Arg. on a cross counter-embattled 
sa. within a bordure engrailed of 
the second three turbots in fret of 
the field. John Balmanno, M.D., 
Glasgow (1823). 

Arg. on a cross between four 
lozenges sa. an eagle displayed of 
the field. William Smith Dixon 
of Gov an Hill (1871). 

Gu. on a cross between four un- 
covered cups or as many lions' heads 
affrontee ppr., on a chief of the second 
three pelicans sa. Giles of Kailzie 
(1850). 

Or, on a cross engrailed sa. a 
hunting-horn of the first, stringed gu. 
Rait of Pitforthie. 

Or, on a cross az. five cross cross- 
lets of the field. John Spalding. 

Arg. on a cross engrailed between 
four roses gu., a mullet of the first for 
difference (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Alexander of Kinglassie. 

Sa. on a cross arg. square pierced 
of the field four eagles displayed of the 
first, in the dexter quarter an arm 
embowed ppr. issuing out of a naval 
crown, the hand holding a trident 
or (4th quarter for Buller). Lord 
Elphinstone (1864). 
Cross Anchored. 

Az. a cross anchoree arg. between 
three antique crowns or. John 
M'Arthur (1797). 
Cross Boton£e. 

Vert, a cross botonee or, on a chief 
arg. a lion passant gu., all within a 
bordure of the second. CRUM OF 
Thornliebank (1868). 
Cross Crosslet. 

Arg. a cross crosslet fitchee and an 
escallop in fess az., on a chief gu. 
three pallets or. Keith OF Lud- 
quharne. 

Arg. a cross crosslet between three 
boars' heads couped sa. John 
Crookshanks, London (1793). 

Arg. a cross crosslet fitche'e sa. (2nd 



6 4 



CROSS CROSSLET— CROSS CROSSLETS 



Cross Crosslet — continued. 

and 3rd quarters), a crescent for dif- 
ference. ROBERTOUNE OF BEDLAY. 

Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 
between two crescents in chief gu. and 
three fusils, 2 and 1, in base az., within 
a bordure indented of the third. 
Leith of Craighall. 

Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 
between three crescents in chief and 
as many fusils in base gu. Leith of 
Leithhall. 

Or, a cross crosslet fitche'e sa. 
between three crescents in chief and 
as many fusils in base, bar-ways gu., 
within a bordure az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Leith of Freefield 
(1766). 

Or, a cross crosslet fitche'e sa. 
between three crescents in chief gu. 
and as many fusils in base az. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Ross-Leith of 
Arnage (1st matric. 1795. By a 
2nd matriculation in 1800 the order 
of the quarterings was reversed). 

Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 
between three crescents in chief and 
as many fusils in base gu (1st and 4th 
quarters for Leith). FORBES-LEITH 
of Fyvie (1889). 

Or, a cross crosslet fitchee sa. 
between three crescents in chief and 
as many fusils in base, bar-ways gu., 
all within a bordure az. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters 
for Leith of Freefield). Leith-Ross 
of Arnage (3rd matric. 1803). 

Vert, a cross crosslet arg., on a chief 
engrailed of the last three bears' 
heads erased sa., muzzled gu. ROBERT 
Berry (1763). 

Vert, a cross crosslet arg. Berry 
of Westerbogie (1785). 

Vert, a cross crosslet arg. (1st and 
4th quarters). Berry of Tayfield 
(1870). 
Cross Crosslets (2). 

Gu. two cross crosslets fitchee in 
chief or and an otter's head erased in 
base arg., on a chief gyronny of eight 
or and sa. four galleys of the last, 
flagged of the first. ROWAND OF 
LiNTHOUSE (1829). 



Cross Crosslets (2) — continued. 

Or, two cross crosslets fitchee, and 
in base the attires of a hart fixed to 
the scalp, within a bordure gu., a chief 
chequy of the second and arg. COL. 
John Molleson, brother of Lauchin- 
tully. 

Or, two cross crosslets fitchee, and 
in base a hart's horn of ten tynes 
erased gu., a chief chequy of the 
second and arg. Gilbert Molleson, 
Aberdeen. 

Or, two cross crosslets fitchee in 
chief, and the attires of a stag affixed to 
the scalp in base gu., a chief chequy 
of the last and arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Major John Smith, 51st 
Regt. Bengal Army (1867). 
Cross Crosslets (3). 

Arg. three cross crosslets fitchee 
gu. Edie (/Edie) of Moneaght. 

Az. three cross crosslets fitche'e or. 
Rattray of Craighall (1771). 

Az. three cross crosslets fitchee 
or (1st and 4th quarters). Clerk 
Rattray of Craighall (18 17). 

Az. three cross crosslets fitchee is- 
suing out of as many crescents arg. 
(2nd quarter). Campbell of Sker- 
rington. 
Cross Crosslets (7). 

Az. seven cross crosslets fitchee 
between three mullets or. Somer- 
ville of Drum. 

Az. seven cross crosslets fitche'e, 3, 
1, 2 and 1, accompanied by three 
mullets, 2 and 1, or, all within a bor- 
dure embattled of the same. Captain 
John Somerville. 

Az. seven cross crosslets fitchee, 3, 
1, 2 and 1, accompanied by three 
mullets or, within a bordure en- 
grailed arg. Somerville of Hamil- 
ton's Farm (1st matric. 1781). 

Az. seven cross crosslets fitche'e, 3, 
1, 2 and 1, accompanied by three 
mullets or, within a bordure engrailed 
arg. Graham Somervell of Ham- 
ilton's Farm (2nd matric. 1856). 
Cross Crosslets. 

Az. crusily of cross crosslets or, a 
lion rampant of the second, crowned 
with a ducal crown and armed and 



CROSS CROSSLETS— CROSS MOLINE 



65 



Cross Crosslets — continued. 



Iangued 



gu. (4th 
COUNT NEWHAVEN. 

Cross Fleury. 



quarter). Vis- 



Arg. a cross fleury vert between 
four martlets gu., a chief dovetail az. 
Bird on an escutcheon of pretence over 
Watson of Langley House, Bucks. 
(1 88 1). 

Or, a cross fleury gu. within a bor- 
dure az. Ainslie of Blackhill. 

Or, a cross fleury gu., in the dexter 
chief point a crescent of the last. 
Carlyle of Limekilns (1736) [im- 
paling Anderson]. 

Or, a cross fleury gu. within a bor- 
dure of the last. Thomas Ainslie, 
Quebec (1760). 

Or, a cross fleury gu. Ainslie of 
Pilton, representing Dolphinton 
(1st matric. 1770, 2nd do. 1 79 1). 

Or, a cross fleury gu. charged in 
the centre with a mullet arg. Sir 
Robert Ainslie, Bart. (1804). 

Or, a cross fleury gu. Lieut.-Gen. 
George Robert Ainslie (1836). 

Or, a cross fleury gu. charged with 
a crescent of the first, on a chief of 
the second a saltire of the first. 
James William Carlile of Pons- 
bourne Park, co. Hertford (1878). 

Sa. a cross fleury between four 
escallops arg. Fletcher of Sal- 
toun (1st matric. . . ., 2nd matric. 
1825). 

Sa. a cross fleury between four escal- 
lops arg. within a bordure engrailed 
of the last. Fletcher of Aberlady. 
Sa. on a cross fleury between four 
escallops arg. a crescent gu. Flet- 
cher of Ballinshoe (1763). 

Sa. on a cross fleury arg. between 
two escallops in the dexter chief and 
sinister base points of the last and 
as many quivers filled with arrows in 
the sinister chief and dexter base 
points or, three crescents in pale vert. 
Fletcher of Dunans (1777). 

Sa. on a cross fleury between two 
escallops in the dexter chief and 
sinister base points arg. and as many 
quivers filled with arrows in the 
sinister chief and dexter base points or, 



Cross Fleury — continue*/. 

two towers embattled gu. in pale and 
two dexter hands ppr. fess-ways in fess, 
each holding a cross crosslet fitchee 
az., all within a bordure quarterly, 1st 
and 4th gyronny of eight of the third 
and first, 2nd arg. two galleys of the 
first, oars in action, 3rd chequy of 
the second and fifth. Archibald 
Fletcher, advocate (1825). 

Sa. a cross fleury between four 
escallops arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Fletcher of New Cranstouii). 
William Dalrymple, eldest son of 
Causland. 

Cross, Maltese. 

Az. a Maltese cross arg. between 
three antique crowns or (1st and 4th 
quarters). MacArthur - Stewart 

OF MlLLTOWN AND ASCOG ( I 77 5). 

Cross Moline (Millrind). 

Arg. on a cross moline az. a two- 
handed sword in pale ppr., pommelled 
and hiked or. Deans of Long- 
hermistoun. 

Arg. a cross moline az., the base 
wavy vert, in chief a lozenge between 
two mullets of the second. Miller 
OF Glenlee (ist matric. . . ., 2nd 
do. 1788). 

Arg. a cross moline within a bor- 
dure az., a mullet of the second for 
difference. Sibbald OF KlPPS. 

Arg. a cross moline az. pierced of 
the field, within a bordure chequy of 
the second and first. Mr. Patrick 
Sibbald, of St. Nicholas Church, 
Aberdeen. 

Arg. a cross moline az. within a 
bordure gu. CRISTOPHER BOGIS- 
laus Zibet (Sibbald), Private Secre- 
tary to the King of Sweden (1780). 

Arg. a cross moline between three 
mullets az. within a bordure gu. 
Robert Miller, Manchester (1784). 

Arg. a cross moline within a bor- 
dure az. Sibbald of Sillwood 
Park, co. Berks. (1806). 

Arg. on a cross moline az. a two- 
handed sword in pale of the first, 
hiked and pommelled or. Captain 
James Deans, R.N. (1808). 

Arg. a cross moline pierced of the 

f 



66 



CROSS MOLINE 



Cross Moline — continued. 

field, between two fetterlocks in 
chief and two mullets in base az., 
within a bordure chequy of the second 
and first. SlBBALD OF GLADSWOOD 
(1810). 

Arg. a cross moline az. on a dexter 
canton gyronny of eight or and sa., 
within a bordure embattled gu. a chief 
of the third charged with three pallets 
of the fifth. Rev. James Milnes, 
Stirling (18 14). 

Arg. on a cross moline az. a two- 
handed sword in pale ppr., on a chief 
gu. ahorse passant of the first. Deans 
Campbell of Culraith (1835). 

Arg. a cross moline az. square- 
pierced of the field, on a chief gu. a 
garb between two mullets or. Alex- 
ander Miller, W.S. (1853). 

Arg. a cross moline az. square- 
pierced of the field within a bordure 
erm., on a chief gu. a garb between 
two mullets or. Richard Miller, 
merchant, Leith (1853). 

Arg. a cross moline az. square- 
pierced of the field within a bordure 
gu., on a chief of the last a garb be- 
tween two mullets or. William 
Miller, merchant, St. Petersburg 

(i3 5 3)- 

Arg. a cross moline az. charged 
with five lozenges or. The Misses 
Sarah and Ellen Miller of 
Craigentinny (1859 and 1861). 

Arg. a cross moline az. square- 
pierced of the field between two hel- 
mets ppr. in chief and as many cross 
crosslets fitchee in base of the second. 
Miller of Pittendreich (1864). 

Arg. a cross moline az. square- 
pierced of the field between four hearts 
gu. Miller of Leithen (1864). 

Arg. a cross moline gu., in chief 
a lion passant guardant of the second, 
imperially crowned ppr. between two 
lozenges also of the second. Rev. 
James Ogilvy Millar, LL.D., Vicar 
of Cirencester (1873). 

Arg. a cross moline square-pierced 
of the field between four hearts gu. 
Miller on an escutcheon of pretence 
over Miller-Cunningham (1887). 



Cross Moline — continued. 

Arg. a cross moline sa. (1st and 
4th quarters for Colville), all within a 
bordure quarterly gu. and arg. COL- 
ville of Blair. 

Arg. a cross moline az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Miller of Craigen- 
tinny on an escutcheon of pretence 
over Chrystie Miller (1862). 

Arg. a cross moline az. charged 
with five lozenges or (1st and 4th 
quarters). CHRYSTIE MlLLER OF 
Craigentinny (1st matric. 1862). 

Arg. a cross moline az. (1 stand 4th 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand quarters). 
Chrystie Miller of Craigentinny 
(2nd matric. 1868). 

Arg. on a cross moline sa. a mullet 
of the field (2nd and 3rd quarters). 

SCHIVEZ OF MUIRTON. 

Az. a cross moline between three 
boars' heads erased or. GORDON OF 
EDINGLASSIE. 

Az. a cross moline sa., a mullet for 
difference. Matthew Colville, 
writer, Edinburgh. 

Az. a cross millrind or, on a chief 
arg. a cross patee gu. between two 
bulls' heads erased sa., armed vert. 
Miller of Acre Valley, co. Stir- 
ling (1883). 

Gu. a cross moline or pierced of the 
field between three dexter hands 
couped pale-ways, two in chief and 
one in base arg. GREIG OF Glen- 
carse (1856). 

Or, a cross moline az. quarter- 
pierced of the field between three 
mullets of the second. Milne of 
Balfarge. 

Or, a cross moline engrailed az. 
between three mullets of the second. 
Milne of Balwyllo. 

Or, a cross moline az. pierced 
lozenge-ways of the field between three 
mullets of the second, within a bordure 
nebuly of the last. Robert Milne, 
writer, Edinburgh. 

Or, a cross moline az. pierced 
lozenge-ways of the field between 
three mullets of the second, within a 
bordure invected sa. Milne of 

MURETON. 



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67 



Cross Moline — continue it. 

Or, a cross moline az. pierced oval- 
ways of the field between three mullets 
sa., within a bordure wavy of the 
second. Mill ofBlairtown (1692). 

Or, a cross moline az. pierced 
lozenge-ways of the field between three 
mullets of the second. Sir ■ John 
Mylne, Governor of Guernsey (1759). 

Or, a cross moline az. quarter- 
pierced of the field between three 
mullets of the second. ROBERT 
Mylne, architect, London (1767). 

Or, a cross moline az. pierced of 
the field, on a chief gu. a stag at gaze 
between two cross crosslets arg. 
Milne of Melgum (1867). 

Or, a cross moline az. quarter- 
pierced of the field between three 
mullets of the second, within a bordure 
gu. William J. H. Mylne of Am- 
WELL Grove, co. Hertford (1891). 

Sa. a cross moline arg., a chief of 
the last. Rev. Thomas Miller, 
D.D., Cumnock (18 14). 
Crosses Moline (3). 

Az. three crosses moline arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
arg. Ker of Moriston. 

Az. three crosses moline arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Ainslie of 
Dolphinton). Ker of Littledean. 
Crosses, Passion (3 and 8). 

Arg. three passion crosses gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters), within a bordure 
az. charged with eight passion crosses 
arg. Adam of Whitslaid. 
Cross Patee. 

Arg. a cross patee gu. between three 
holly leaves vert, a chief az. Alex- 
ander Burnet, Archbishop of Glas- 
gow. 

Arg. a cross patee between three 
mullets az. James Innes, writer, 
Edinburgh. 

Az. a cross patee between three 
mullets arg. within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory or. Murray of 
Glendoick. 

Az. a cross patee between three 
mullets arg. John Murray, tutor 
of Stormont. 

Az. a cross pate'e fitchee or be- 



Cross Pat£e — continued. 

tween three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. FORBES OF CRAIGIE 
VAR (1842). 

Az. a cross patee between three 
bears' heads couped arg., muzzled gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters). FORBES OF 
ARDO. 

Az. a cross pate'e fitchee or between 
three bears' heads couped arg., muzzled 
gu., within a bordure of the third (1st 
and 4th quarters), a crescent gu. for 
difference. Major Henry Erskine 
Forbes (1870). 

Az. a cross patee between three 
mullets arg., within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). MURRAY OF MURRAYS- 
HALL (1791). 

Az. a cross patee arg. between three 
boars' heads erased or, within a 
bordure of the third charged with three 
mullets gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Cochran of Balfour (1875). 

Az. a cross patee fitchee or between 
three bears' heads couped arg., muzzled 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Lord 
Sempill (2nd matric. 1885). 

Az. a cross patee between three 
mullets within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory or (3rd quarter). Hep- 
burn-Belsches of Invermay and 
his wife Dame Mary Hepburn 
Murray of Blackcastle (1804). 

Az. a cross patee between three 
mullets within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
of 4th grand quarter). FORBES OF 
PlTSLIGO (1865). 

Gu. a cross patee fitchee arg. 
between three antique crowns or 
within a bordure invected of the 
second. Lewis Grant, Adjutant of 
Chelsea College (1780). 
Crosses Pat^e (3). 

Az. three crosses pate'e arg. 

DUGUID OF AUCHINHUIFF. 

Az. three crosses patee fitchee, 2 and 
1, or, and as many mullets, 1 and 2, arg. 
Lieut.-Col. William Arrot (1691). 

Az. three crosses patee in chief arg. 
Barclay of Urie (1725). 

Az. three crosses patee arg. (1st 



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CROSSES PATEE— CROWN 



Crosses Patee (3) — continued. 

and 4th quarters). LESLIE-DUGUID 
of Balquhain and Auchinhove, 
co. Aberdeen (1889). 

Cross Potent. 

Arg. a cross potent az. placed in a 
loch ppr., and in chief two mullets of 
the second ( 1 st and 4th quarters). 
Miller of Gourlabank. 

Gu. a cross potent fitchee or 
between three cinquefoils arg. (3rd 
quarter). Hamilton Tyndall Bruce 
of Grangehall and Falkland 

(1873). 
Cross Raguly. 

Gu. on a cross raguly arg. two 
gillyflowers slipped ppr., one in chief 
and the other in base. LlSTON OF 
Millburn Tower (181 7). 
Parted per Cross, or Quarterly. 

Parted per cross arg. and or, in the 
first quarter a lion rampant gu., in the 
second a dexter hand fess-ways couped 
ppr. holding a cross crosslet fitchee 
gu., in the third a galley, oars in 
saltire, sa., in the fourth a salmon 
naiant ppr. ; over all on a fess of 
the third a cushion of the second. 
William Rae Macdonald, F.F.A., 
Edinburgh (1878). 

Parted per cross erm. and vert ; 
over all a bend or charged with a stag 
in full speed ppr. between two mullets 
of the second. Archibald Hood 
of Rosedale, co. Midlothian (1891). 

Parted per cross gu. and vairy ; 
over all a bend indented counter- 
changed of the second and first. 
Master John Constable. 

Parted per cross gu. and vair ; over 
all a bend or (3rd quarter for Constable 
of Everingham), in the centre of the 
shield a crescent sa. CONSTABLE- 
Maxwell of Terregles (1875). 

Parted per cross gu. and vair ; over 
all a bend or (4th quarter). Con- 
stable-Maxwell-Stuart of Tra- 
quair (1876). 

Parted per cross or and arg. ; over 
all a sword in bend of the second sur- 
mounted of an oak tree eradicated in 
bend sinister ppr., the former support- 
ing on its point an antique crown gu., 



Parted per Cross, or Quarterly — contd. 

in base a horse-shoe sa. William 
M'Gregor, M.D., C.M.G. (1884). 

Parted per cross or and gu. ; 
over all on a bend sa. three fleurs 
de lys of the first. John Allison 
(1S11). 

Parted per cross or and gu. ; over all 
a bend engrailed sa. charged with 
three cross crosslets fitchde arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
arg. charged with three cushions gu. 

IVERACH OF WlDEFORD (1867). 

Parted per cross or and gu. ; over 
all a bend sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Campbell M'Iver of Asknish (ist 
matric. 1769). 

Parted per cross or and gu. ; over 
all a bend sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
M'Iver Campbell of Asknish (2nd 
matric. 1853, 3rd do. 1881, 4th do. 
1884). 

Parted per cross or and gu. ; 
over all a bend sa. charged with 
three cross crosslets fitchee arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
arg. The Rev. Peter Colin Camp- 
bell, Professor in Aberdeen (ist 
matric. 1854). 

Parted per cross or and gu. ; over 
all a bend sa. charged with three 
cross crosslets fitchee arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Principal Campbell, 
Aberdeen (2nd matric. 1867). 

Parted per cross or and gu. ; over 
all a bend sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Afaclver), all within a bordure en- 
grailed arg. charged with six crosses 
moline az. John Campbell, (retired) 
Captain, 21st Madras Native Infantry 

(1873). 

Parted per cross sa. and arg.; over all 

a bend or, on a chief of the second a 
lion's head erased between two cocks 
gu. Cockburn - Hood of Stone- 
ridge (1866). 

Parted per cross sa. and arg. ; over 
all a bend or. HOOD OF STONE- 
ridge (1st matric. 1830). 
Crown. 

Gu. an imperial crown within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(ist and 4th quarters). Earl of 






CROWN— CROWNS 



69 



Crown — continued. 

KELLIE (1st matric. . . ., 2nd do. 
1S66). 

Gu. an antique crown within two 
branches of laurel between three 
mullets or, on a chief erm. a key sa. 
surmounting a sword ppr. in saltire. 
George Pope, C.B. (1862). 
Crowns (3). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd grand quarter 
for Eraser of Inverallochy), the latter 
within a bordure erm. BuRTON- 
Mackenzie of Kilcov, CO. Ross 
(3rd matric. 1887). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed and quarterly arg. and gu. 
charged with eight mullets counter- 
changed. Fraser of Auchnagarne. 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed and quarterly arg. and gu. 
Fraser of Belladrum. 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
indented arg. charged with eight 
crescents gu. Fraser of Eskdell. 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed and quarterly arg. and gu. 
and charged with eight annulets 
counter-changed. Fraser of Fin- 
gas k. 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Philip Fraser, 
Inverness (1692). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Fraser of 
Farraline (1776). (Do.) William 
Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1776). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
or. Fraser of Struie (1796). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), in the centre of the 
shield a crescent erminois. Major 
Charles Fraser, H.E.I.C.S. (1803). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
erminois. Fraser of Inverallochy 
(1803). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 



Crowns (3) — continued. 

and 3rd quarters). Fraser of Lead- 
CLUNE (1807). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
embattled counter-changed quarterly 
arg. and gu. ; in the centre of the 
shield a gold cross suspended from 
a mural crown or. LlEUT. - COL. 
Augustus Simon Frazer (18 14). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Fraser of Lovat 

(1837). ' 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), in the centre a 
mullet sa. Hugh Fraser, Secretary 
to H.M. Embassy at Rome (1884). 

Arg. three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter), 
all within a bordure arg. Fraser 
Tytler of Balnain (1864). 

Gu. three antique crowns or within 
a bordure chequy of the second and 
first. Grant of Corrimonie. 

Gu. three antique crowns or. Grant 
OF FREUCHIE. 

Gu. three antique crowns or within 
a bordure engrailed of the last. 
Grant of Gartinbeg. 

Gu. three antique crowns or within 
a bordure engrailed of the last. 
Grant of Dalvey (1st matric. 1753, 
2nd do. 1762). 

Gu. three antique crowns or, on a 
canton arg. a demi-otter issuing out of 
a bar wavy sa., all within a bordure 
erm. GRANT OF PRESTONGRANGE 

(1759). 

Gu. three imperial crowns or, in 
the middle chief a Peninsular medal 
suspended from a ribbon of the field 
fringed az., on a chief embattled arg. 
a tower of the first between a sword, 
hilt upwards, encircled with a garland 
of laurel and the badge of the Otto- 
man Order of the Crescent ppr. 
Lieut.-Col. Sir Maxwell Grant, 
K.C.B. (1816). 

Gu. three antique crowns or within 
a bordure of the last charged with 
three laurel wreaths vert. Sir Patrick 
Grant, K.C.B. (1861). 

•Gu. three antique crowns or (1st 



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CROWNS— CUSHIONS 



Crowns (3) — continued. 

and 4th quarters), all within a bor- 
dure wavy or. Grant OF Rothie- 
MURCHUS (1755). 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. Fraser of Strichen. 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), in the centre of the 
shield a crescent arg., all within a 
bordure gu. Captain Alexander 
Fraser (18 10). 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). J AMES Mac- 
CxREGOR, M.D. (181 1). 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Earl of Sea- 
field (1824). 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters), the latter within a bordure gu. 
Mackenzie of Kilcoy (1st matric.) 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. charged with three mullets arg. 
Lieut.-Col. Kenneth Mackenzie 
(1805). 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed quarterly arg. and gu. charged 
with three mullets counter-changed. 
Charles Douglas Mackenzie, 
Udney House, Middlesex (i860). 

Gu. three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter), 
all within a bordure erm. TYTLER 
OF Woodehouselee (2nd matric. 
1824). 

Gu. three antique crowns or within 
a bordure parted per pale of the last 
and az. (4th quarter for Grajit of 
Ihtrdsyards). Fraser Tytler of 
Balnain (1864). 

Or, three antique crowns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd grand quarter), 
the latter within a bordure erm. M \< 
kenzie of Kilcoy (2nd matric. 1 837). 
Cup. 

Az. a burning cup between two chess 
rooks in fess or. Smith of Braco. 

Az. a burning cup between two 



Cup — continued. 

chess rooks in fess or within a bordure 
of the last. Smith of Athernie 
(1760). 

Az. a burning cup or between two 
chess rooks of the last in chief and a 
hunting-horn in base arg., garnished 
and stringed gu. Robert Claude 
Smith of Redcliffe Tower, co. 
Devon (1876). 

Az. a burning cup between two 
chess rooks in fess or within a bordure 
of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Smyth of Athemey). Carmichael 
Smyth of Nutwood (1st matric. 
1821, 2nd do. 1822). 

Sa. a cup arg. with a garland 
between two laurel branches issuing 
out of the same vert, within a bordure 
of the second charged with eight 
boars' heads erased gu. Laurie of 
Reidcastle (1st matric.) 

Sa. a cup arg. with a garland 
between two laurel branches issuing 
out of the same vert, within a bordure 
of the second charged with eight 
boars' heads erased gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Craig-Laurie of Red- 
castle (2nd matric. 1857). 
Cups (2). 

Gu. two covered cups or, in the 
middle chief a mullet arg. M'Ilvain 
of Grimmet. 
Cups (3). 

Az. three covered cups or, on a 
chief arg. a ship under sail in a sea 
ppr., a dexter canton gu. charged with 
the mace of the City of London sur- 
mounted in saltire by a sword, also 
ppr. Sir James Shaw (1809). 

Az. three covered cups or (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Shaw Stewart of' 
Blackhall and Greenock (18 12). 
Cushion. 

Arg. a cushion az., accompanied by 
two spur-revels gu. in fess between 
three lions' heads erased of the last. 
James Scott, W.S. (1789). 
Cushions (3). 

Or, three cushions gu., each charged 
with a crescent arg., all within a bor- 
dure of the second charged with eight 
roses of the first. John Melville. 



CUSHIONS— DAGGERS 



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Cushions (3), — continued. 

Or, three cushions within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
nebuly quarterly az. and gu. Dunbar 
OF DURN. 

Or, three cushions gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure arg. charged with 
eight fraises gu. Dunbar of Grange. 

Or, three cushions within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
vairy gu. and or. Dunbar of Hemp- 
rigs. 

Or, three cushions within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. charged with eight annulets or. 
Dunbar of Inchbrok. 

Or, three cushions within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and gu., and in the 
centre a deer's head cabossed for 
difference. Dunbar of Newton. 

Or, three cushions gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Dunbar of Westfield. 

Or, three cushions within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., a mullet 
in the centre (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Dunbar of Boath (1753). 

Or, three cushions pendant by the 
corners within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters) ; over all a cross moline az., 
all within a bordure nebuly quarterly 
gu. and az. William Dunbar (1777). 

Or, three cushions within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters), the latter within a 
bordure quarterly az. and or, and in 
the fess point a deer's head cabossed 
ppr. Dame Mary Dunbar Brander 
of Pitgaveny (1854). 

Or, three cushions within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (3rd 
quarter for Randolph). Earl OF 
Moray. 



Cutlass — see Scimitar. 

Dagger (Skene). 

Az. a dagger in fess arg. between 
three bears' heads couped of the 
second, muzzled sa. FORBES OF 
Rubislaw. 

Az. a dagger in pale ppr. with a 
wolf's head couped or on the point 
thereof between three bears' heads arg., 
muzzled gu. Patrick Forbes. 

Az. a dagger in pale arg. bearing on 
its point a wolf's head couped or be- 
tween three bears' heads couped of 
the second, muzzled gu. ; on a chief of 
the second issuing out of the base 
thereof a demi-otter sa. crowned with 
an antique crown of the fourth (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Forbes Leslie 
OF Rothie (1862). 

Gu. a dagger in pale ppr., point up- 
wards, between three bears' heads 
couped or. Fordyce of Ayton 

(1767). 

Gu. a dagger in pale ppr., on its 
point a wolf's head couped of the last, 
armed and langued arg., between three 
crescents of the third, all within a 
bordure erm. Henry William Tyt- 
ler, M.D. (1803). 

Gu. a dagger erect in pale ppr. 
between three wolves' heads erased 
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Reid 
of Strathloch (1764). 

Gu. a dagger in pale ppr., point up- 
wards, between three boars' heads 
couped or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Fordyce Buchan of Kelloe 
(1856). 

Sa. a dagger in bend ppr., and in 
chief a boar's head erased arg. 
Browne of Blackburn. 
Daggers (2). 

Arg. two daggers az., the pommels 
divided in chief and the points con- 
joined, piercing a man's heart in base 
ppr., in the honour point a cinquefoil 
sa. Pearson of Kippenross. 

Gu. two daggers, points downward, 
in saltire arg., in base a lancet, point 
upward and spread, of the second. 
Mr. Matthew M'Kaile, surgeon, 
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DAGGERS — EAGLE 



Daggers (3) (Skenes, Dirks). 

Arg. three daggers in pale gu., on a 
chief az. as many mullets of the field. 
Threipland of FiNGASK(ist matric.) 

Arg. three daggers in pale gu., on a 
chief az. as many mullets of the 
held (ist and 4th quarters). Murray 
Threipland of FiNGASK(2nd matric. 
1826). 

Gu. three daggers pale -ways arg. 
surmounted of as many wolves' 
heads couped or. Skene of that 
Ilk. 

Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted 
on the point by as many wolves' heads 
couped or, all within a bordure en- 
grailed of the second. Skene of 
Dyce. 

Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted 
of as many wolves' heads couped or, a 
crescent for difference. Skene of 
Hallyards. 

Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted 
of as many wolves' heads couped of 
the last (or ?), a chief az. Skene of 
Newtyle. 

Gu. three daggers arg. surmounted 
on the point by as many wolves' heads 
couped or, all within a bordure invected 
of the second. Skene of Ramore. 

Gu. three daggers pale-ways ppr. 
surmounted of as many wolves' heads 
or (2nd quarter). RUSSELL OF MON- 
COFFER (1768). 

Gu. three daggers pale-ways in fess 
arg. surmounted by as many wolves' 
heads or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 

FlNNIE OF HlLBRAE (1765). 

Gu. three daggers pale-ways in fess 
ppr. surmounted by as manv - 
heads or (3rd quarter} 
Crichie (176 

( ' 

.. or, 

Coi the second 

Skene of Pitlurg 

1 1- 
jjarts (2). 

Argent, two darts ppr., points down- 
wards, saltire-ways and thrust through 
a man's heart, placed in the middle fess 
gu., piled and feathered of the first. 
Ykoman of Dryburgh. 



Decrescent — see Crescent. 
Dog. 

Arg. a dog in chase of a deer at full 
speed ppr. upon a ground in base vert, 
within a bordure az. Rev. JOHN 
MacKinnon, Kilmodan (1806). 

Gu. a mastiff dog sejant or, holding 
in his fore-paws a Lochaber axe ppr. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Porter of 
Troquhain (1804). 
Dogs (3). 

Vert, three dogs of chase courant 
arg., collared or, on a chief of the 
second three hunting-horns of the first, 
stringed gu. Hunter OF Hunters- 

TON (18 IO). 

Vert, three dogs of chase courant 
arg., collared or, on a chief wavy of 
the second three hunting-horns of the 
first, stringed gu. DAVID HUNTER, 
merchant, Calcutta (1826). 
Dolphins (3). 

Arg. three dolphins hauriant az., 
finned gu. James Gilroy, M.D. 
(1891). 
Dove. 

Gu. a dove arg., holding in her beak 
an olive branch vert between three an- 
tique crowns or. Grant of Carron. 
Duck. 

Arg. a duck ppr., on a chief dan- 
cetty gu. a boar's head couped between 
two crescents of the first. Meik of 
Leidcassie. 

Arg. a duck ppr., on a chief in- 
dented gu. a boar's head couped 
between two crescents or. Mikieson 
of TT '1693). 
Vall. 



an eagle displayed az., armed, 
ueaked, and membered gu., on his 
breast an antique covered cup or. 
Earl of Southesk. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. Earl 
of Dalhousie (1st matric.) 

Arg. an eagle displayed between 
two serpents disposed in orle sa. 
James Ramsay, Bishop of Dunblane. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed 
and membered gu., within a bordure 
of the third. RAMSAY OF JDINGTON, 



EAGLE 



73 



Eagle — continued. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed 
and membered gu., within a bordure 
of the second charged with eight roses 
of the first. Ramsay of Whitehill. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed 
and membered gu., within an orle of 
eight mullets az. Mr. Hugh Ram- 
say, Provost of Methven. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed 
and beaked gu., on his breast a thistle 
or. Charles Aloisius Ramsay. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within a 
bordure az. Captain William Ram- 
say. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., mem- 
bered and armed or, and on his breast 
an escutcheon gu., a crescent in chief 
for difference. Andrew Reid, West- 
minster. s - 

Arg. an eagle displayed between 
three quatrefoils sa., on a chief 
engrailed of the second as many 
quatrefoils of the first. Whyte of 
BURNTSHEILS. 

Arg. an eagle displayed between 
three quatrefoils sa., on a chief in- 
dented of the second as many quatre- 
foils of the first. Whyte of Con- 
land. 

Arg. an eagle volant between three 
quatrefoils sa., on a chief of the second 
as many quatrefoils of the first. 
Major Andrew Whyte. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed 
and membered gu., within a bordure 
nebuly of the second. John Ramsay, 
M.D. (1693). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked 
and membered gu., bearing in his 
talons branches of laurel and olive 
displayed saltire-ways ppr. Allan 
Ramsay, Edinburgh (1740). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked 
and membered gu., bearing on his 
breast another eagle displayed of the 
field. Ramsay of Brackmonth 

(1770- 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. charged 

on the breast with a rose of the first. 

Ramsay of . Balmain (1st matric. 

1806, 2nd do. 1808). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within 



Eagle — continued. 

a bordure of the second besanty, on 
a chief gu. a mullet of the first between 
two cinquefoils erm. Peter Ramsay, 
banker, Edinburgh (1825). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within 
a bordure indented of the second 
besanty, on a chief gu. a mullet of 
the first between two cinquefoils erm., 
and in the collar point a crescent 
counter-changed. Robert Ramsay, 
C.S., Edinburgh (1825). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. charged 
on the breast with a cinquefoil of the 
field, a chief supported by a fillet of 
the second parted per pale, 1st arg. a 
bend az., 2nd arg. a heart crowned 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the 
field. Ramsay of Barnton (1849). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure em- 
battled gu. Maxwell of Cardo- 
ness (1805). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., a chiet 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Ramsay 
of Wauchtoun. 

Arg. an eagle displayed gu., beaked 
and armed az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Reid of Strathloch (1764). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked 
and membered gu., in chief a mullet 
of the last, all within a bordure 
engrailed vert (1st and 4th quarters). 
Captain John Ramsay (1793). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (1st and 
4th quarters). Earl of Dalfiousie 
(2nd matric. 1841, 3rd do. 1 861). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within 
a bordure of the second charged with 
eight roses of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Wardlaw Ramsay OF 
Whitehill (1849). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. sur- 
mounted of a fess of the field charged 
with three stars of six points wavy az. 
(1st and 4th quarters). RAMSAY OF 
BARRA (2nd matric. 1858). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., armed 
gu., within a bordure of the second 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Irvine of 
Kinconsie. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa\, beaked 
and membered gu. (2nd and 3rd 



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EAGLE 



Eagle — continued. 

quarters), all within a bordure az. 
Ogilvie of Balbegno. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed gu. Pitcairn of that Ilk 
(1st matric.) 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Pitcairn of 

FORTHER OR OF THAT ILK. 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked, 
langued, and armed gu., charged on 
his breast with another eagle displayed 
of the first (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Ramsay of Brakmonth). Macgill 
OF KEMBACK (2nd matric. 1 7 7 1 ). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked 
and membered gu., charged on the 
breast with an escutcheon of the last, 
all within a bordure of the second 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). RAMSAY 
L'AMV OF DUNKENNY (1864). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., beaked 
and membered gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Ramsay), in chief of the 
quarters a crescent gu. ; over all an 
escutcheon of pretence quarterly, 1st 
and 4th Hamilton, 2nd Nisbet, 3rd 
Dundas. Nisbet-Hamilton-Ogilvy 

OF BlEL (1888). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa., in chief 
three crescents gu. (3rd quarter). 
Bruce Dundas of Blair (1796). 

Arg. an eagle displayed sa. within a 
bordure of the last besanty, on a chief 
gu. two cinquefoils erm. (3rd quarter). 
Ramsay-Gibson-Maitland of Clif- 
tonhall and barnton (l866). 

Az. an eagle displayed arg. sur- 
mounted of a fess sa. charged with 
two mullets or. Martin Barr, 
Worcester (1825). 

Az. an eagle displayed arg., on a 
chief of the second a lion passant 
guardant gu., crowned with an imperial 
crown or. John Allan Carnegy, 
London (1st matric. 1825). 

Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed 
and membered az., looking towards 
the sun in his splendour, placed in 
the dexter chief ( 1 st and 4th quarters 
as coat of augmentation). Lord 
Cardross. 



Eagle — continued. 

Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed 
and membered az., looking towards 
the sun in his splendour, placed in the 
dexter chief (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure or. WILLIAM 
Erskine, second son of David, Lord 
Cardross. 

Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed 
and membered az., looking towards 
the sun in his splendour, placed in 
the dexter chief (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure parted per pale 
or and arg. John Erskine, third 
son of David, Lord Cardross. 

Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed 
and membered az., looking towards 
the sun in his splendour, placed in the 
dexter chief (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure triparted at the 
dexter and sinister chief angles and 
the middle base point or, arg., and 
gu. Charles Erskine, fourth son 
of David, Lord Cardross. 

Gu. an eagle displayed or, armed 
and membered az., looking towards 
the sun in his splendour of the second, 
placed in the dexter chief ( 1 st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed parted per pale or and arg. 
Erskine of Linlathen (1870). 

Or, an eagle displayed az., beaked 
and membered ppr., holding in his 
dexter talon a thistle of the last. 
Carnegie of Ballindarg. 

Or, an eagle displayed az., armed 
and membered gu., surmounted on 
the breast with a book of the first. 
Carnegy of Craigo. 

Or, an eagle displayed az., and in 
chief a buckle between two annulets of 
the second. Carnegy of Newgate. 

Or, an eagle displayed az., holding 
in its dexter talon a rose slipped in 
pale ppr. William Carnegy, eldest 
son of Leuchlands. 

Or, an eagle displayed sa., and in 
chief a rose gu. between two mullets 
of the second. Panton of Black- 
HOUSE. 

Or, an eagle displayed sa., in 
chief a rose gu. between two mullets 
of the second, within a bordure of the 



EAGLE 



75 



Eagle — continued. 

third. Captain George Panton, 
alias Panther. 

Or, an eagle displayed gu. charged 
on the breast with a mullet arg. 
between two cross crosslets fitchee in 
chief and a crescent in base sa. 
Donald of Conheath (1788). 

Or, an eagle displayed gu. sur- 
mounted of a galley sa., sails furled 
and rigging ppr., in the dexter chief 
point a dexter hand couped in fess of 
the second, and in the sinister a cross 
crosslet fitchee of the third. M'Donell 
of Glengarry (1797). 

Or, an eagle displayed gu., beaked 
and membered sa., surmounted of a 
fess engrailed az. charged with a 
besant between two buckles of the 
field. The Rev. James Lapslie, 
Minister of Campsie (1797). 

Or, an eagle displayed az., beaked 
and membered gu., within a bordure 
engrailed of the second. Major- 
Gen. Nicholas Carnegie, H.E.I.C.S. 
(1815). 

Or, an eagle displayed az., beaked 
and membered gu., surmounted on the 
breast with a star of eight points 
arg., within a bordure engrailed of 
the third charged with eight besants. 
John Allan Carnegy (2nd matric. 
1826). 

Or, an eagle displayed gu., armed 
sa., surmounted on the breast of a 
galley of the first, within a bordure of 
the third charged with three cross 
crosslets fitchee arg. Macalester 
of Loup (1847). 

Or, an eagle displayed gu., sur- 
mounted of a galley sa., sails furled 
and rigging ppr., in the dexter chief 
point a dexter hand couped in fess of 
the second, and in the sinister a cross 
crosslet fitchee of the third, all within 
a bordure of the second. Sir James 
Macdonell, G.C.B. (1855). 

Or, an eagle displayed between 
three quatrefoils az., on a chief of the 
second a besant between two garbs of 
the first. White of Grougar and 
Ardarroch (1866). 

Or, an eagle displayed gu. sur- 



Eagle — con tin ued. 

mounted of a galley sa., in the dexter 
chief point a dexter hand couped in 
fess of the second, and in the sinister 
a cross crosslet fitchee of the third. 
.Eneas R. W. M'Donell (1870). 

Or, an eagle displayed gu. sur- 
mounted of a galley sa., sails furled, 
rigging ppr., in the dexter chief point 
a dexter hand couped in fess of the 
second, and in the sinister a cross 
crosslet fitchee az., all within a bor- 
dure engrailed of the last. Mac- 
DONELL OF LOCHGARRY (1890). 

Or, an eagle displayed az., armed 
and membered sa. (1st and 4th 
quarters for Carnegie). Earl of 

NORTHESK. 

Or, an eagle displayed az., beaked 
and membered sa. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure parted 
per pale gu. and arg. charged with 
eight escallops counter-changed. Car- 
negie OF FlNHAVEN (l773). 

Or, an eagle displayed gu. charged 
on the breast with a horse-shoe of the 
field (1st and 4th quarters). Major 
John Smith, 31st Regt. Bengal Army 
(1867). 

Or, an eagle displayed reguardant 
sa. charged on the breast with a cres- 
cent of the first, in chief two crescents 
of the second (1st and 4th quarters). 
Hunter-Weston of Hunterston 

(1880). 

Or, an eagle displayed az. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Carnegy of Kinfauns. 

Sa. an eagle displayed arg., armed 
and beaked gu. Gourlay of Kin- 

CRAIG. 

Sa. an eagle displayed arg., armed 
and membered gu., within a bordure 
engrailed or. James Gourlay, Dant- 

Sa. an eagle displayed or, in his 
dexter talon a dagger ppr., within a 
bordure arg. charged with six mullets 
gu. William MacAndrew, London 

(1785). 

Sa. an eagle displayed or, in his 
dexter talon a dagger in pale ppr., 
within a bordure arg. charged with 



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EAGLE 



Eagle — continued. 

three lozenges gu., on a chief of the 
third a sword in bend dexter az., sup- 
porting on its point an antique crown 
of the fourth and an oak tree eradi- 
cated in bend sinister ppr. JOHN 
Macandrew, M.D. (1850). 

Sa. an eagle displayed arg., armed 
and beaked gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Austin - Gourlay of Kincraig 
(1865). 

Eagle, Two-Headed or Double. 

Arg. an eagle with two heads dis- 
played sa., on a chief vert two spur- 
revels or, all within a bordure invected 
of the second. Aitchison OF Syde- 

SERF. 

Arg. an eagle with two heads dis- 
played sa., on a chief vert a cross 
staff between two spur- revels or. 
Captain John Aitchison, Pitten- 
weem. 

Arg. a double eagle displayed gu., 
a mullet for difference. DUNLOP OF 
Garnkirk. 

Arg. a double eagle displayed gu., 
a martlet for difference. Dunlop OF 

HOUSEHILL. 

Arg. a double eagle displayed sa., 
beaked and membered. gu., upon its 
breast an escutcheon of the first 
charged with a saltire of the second, 
surcharged with an urcheon (hedgehog) 
or, all within a bordure of the third. 
Maxwell of Monreith. 

Arg. an eagle with two heads dis- 
played sa., on a chief vert a crescent 
of the field between two spur-revels 
or. Aitchison of Rochsolloch 

(1770- 

Arg. a double-headed eagle dis- 
played gu., in the dexter chief point a 
mullet az., within a bordure of the last. 
Dunlop of Carmyle (1st matric. 
1779). By a second matriculation in 
1789 the mullet az. was altered to a 
rose gu. 

Arg. a double - headed eagle dis- 
played gu., beaked and membered sa., 
in chief a lozenge between two mullets 
az., and in base the sea wavy vert. 
Dunlop of Rosebank (1792). 

a double-headed eagle dis- 



Arg. 



Eagle — continued. 

played sa., beaked and membered gu., 
surmounted of an escutcheon of the 
first charged with a saltire of the 
second and surcharged in the centre 
with a hedgehog or. MAXWELL OF 
Carruchan (1848). 

Arg. an eagle displayed with two 
heads sa., armed gu., charged on the 
breast with a garland of laurel or, 
within a bordure embattled of the 
third, on a chief of the same a mural 
crown between two mullets of the 
fourth. Sir John Aitchison, K.C.B. 
(1867). 

Arg. an eagle displayed with two 
heads sa., beaked and membered gu., 
bearing on his breast an escutcheon 
of the first charged with a saltire of 
the second, surcharged with a hedgehog 
or ( 1 st quarter for Maxwell, Earl of 
Nithsdale), in the centre of the shield 
a crescent sa. CONSTABLE MAXWELL 
OF TERREGLES (1875). 

Arg. an eagle with two heads dis- 
played gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Dunlop of that Ilk (1837). 

Arg. an eagle displayed with two 
heads sa., beaked and membered gu., 
bearing on its breast an escutcheon of 
the first charged with a saltire of the 
second, surcharged with a hedgehog 
or ( 1 st and 4th quarters). MAXWELL 
of Munches (1868). 

Arg. an eagle displayed with two 
heads sa., beaked and membered gu., 
carrying on his breast an escutcheon 
of the first charged with a saltire of 
the second, surcharged with a hedge- 
hog or (2nd quarter). CONSTABLE 
Maxwell - Stuart of Traquair 
(1876). 

Arg. an eagle displayed with two 
heads gu. (1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters) ; over the 
latter on an escutcheon Boyle of Kel- 
bumc. The College of the Holy 
Spirit, Cumbrae (1874). 

Or, a double eagle with wings dis- 
played, surmounted by a galley sa., 
armed, langued, and flagged gu., in 
the dexter chief point a sinister hand 
couped of the third, a mullet in the 



EAGLE— ESCUTCHEONS 



77 



Eagle — continued. 

fess points of the field. DONALDSON 
of Hilton. 

Or, a double eagle with wings dis- 
played surmounted of a galley sa., 
armed and flagged gu., in the dexter 
chief point a left handcouped of the last. 
Donaldson of Kinnairdie (1736). 

Or, a double eagle with wings dis- 
played surmounted of a galley sa., 
armed (and flagged) gu., in the dexter 
chief a left hand couped of the third 
and in the sinister chief a salmon ppr. 
Colin Donaldson, co. Middlesex 
(174S). 

Or, a double eagle displayed sa., 
beaked and membered gu., surmounted 
of a galley of the second, flagged of 
the third, in a dexter canton arg. a 
sinister hand couped in pale gu., all 
within a bordure of the last. Donald- 
son OF ACHMULL (1766). 

Or, a double-headed eagle dis- 
played ppr., beaked and membered 
gu., surmounted of a galley sa., flagged 
of the third, in the dexter chief point 
a sinister hand couped and erected of 
the last, all within a bordure engrailed 
az. Robert Donaldson, W.S. 
(1780). 

Or, a double-headed eagle displayed 
ppr., beaked and membered gu., sur- 
mounted of a galley sa., flagged of the 
third, in the dexter chief point a 
sinister hand couped and erected of 
the last, in the sinister an escallop of 
the fourth, all within a bordure en- 
grailed az. Alexander Donald- 
son, Major 76th Foot (1780). 

Or, a double eagle displayed sur- 
mounted by a galley sa., armed and 
flagged gu., in the dexter chief point a 
left hand couped of the last (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure az. 
charged with eight buckles or. DON- 
ALDSON of Bannachra (1766). 

Or, an eagle displayed with two 
heads, armed and beaked az. (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st grand quarter) ; 
over the latter on an escutcheon of 
pretence Boyle of Kelbume. Earl of 
Glasgow (1869). 
Ears of Wheat — see Wheat. 



Eels (3). 

Az. three eels naiant fess-ways in 
pale arg. Ellis of Elliston. 
Elephant. 

Az. an elephant passant arg., 
tusked or, bearing on his back a tower 
ppr. Royal Burgh of Dumbarton. 
Escallops (3). 

Az. three escallops or within a bor- 
dure engrailed of the last. Pringle 
of Greenknowe. 

Az. three escallops or. Pringle 
of Stitchell. 
Escutcheon (Inescutcheon). 

Gu. an escutcheon arg. between 
three pyke-heads (geds' heads) couped 
or. Geddes of Rachan. 

Gu. on an escutcheon or between 
eight crosses patee arg. an anvil ppr. 
Bertram of Nisbet (1752). 

Gu. an escutcheon erm. between 
three pykes' heads couped or, in chief 
a mullet arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Captain David Parkhill (1803). 

Sa. an escutcheon chequy arg. and 
az. between three lions' heads erased 
of the second. M 'Naught of Kil- 
quharitie. 

Sa. an escutcheon chequy or and az. 
between three lions' heads erased arg. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Macknight 
Crawfurd of Cartsburn (2nd 
matric. 1864). 

Vairy, on an escutcheon gu. a fess 
in form of a wall crenelle of three 
pieces arg., masoned sa. Captain 
Charles Straton (1698). 

Vert, an escutcheon arg. charged 
with a stag's head cabossed gu., at- 
tired or (3rd quarter for Chesham). 
Viscount Newhaven. 
Escutcheons (3). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. Earl 
of Erroll. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu., over 
all in chief a label of three points of 
the second. Sir John Hay (after- 
wards eleventh Earl of Erroll). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. within 
a bordure erm. Hay of Balhousie. 

Arg. three escutcheons within a 
bordure engrailed gu., a mullet for 
difference. Hay of Earnehill. 



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ESCUTCHEONS— FACE, LEOPARD'S 



Escutcheons (3) — continued. 

Arg. three escutcheons within a 
bordure gu. Hay of Lochloy. 

Arg. three escutcheons within a 
bordure engrailed az., semee of 
cinquefoils of the first. Hay of 
Muntone. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. within a 
bordure chequy of the second and 
first. Hay of Pitfour. 

Arg. three escutcheons within a 
bordure gu. charged with eight cres- 
cents of the field. Hay of Strowie. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. within 
a bordure counter-compony of the 
second and first. John Hay, London. 

Arg. three escutcheons within a 
bordure indented gu. Robert Hay, 
W.S. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu., each 
charged with a garb or banded of the 
second. Henry Hay, merchant in 
Leith. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu., a bor- 
dure az. charged with six fraises of the 
first. Sir David Hay, M.D. (1692). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. within a 
bordure indented az. charged with six 
fraises of the first. Hay of Letham 

(1693). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. within a 
bordure engrailed sa. charged with 
eight annulets or. GEORGE Hay, 
merchant, Konigsberg (1807). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu., in the 
fess point a key for difference (1st and 
4th quarters). Hay OF MORDINGTON 
(1st matric. 1 76 1). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Hay of Mordington (2nd matric. 
1764). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), in the fess point a crescent. 
Hay of Rannas (1764). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), in the centre of the 
shield a crescent gu. Hay OF Faich- 
field (1806). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Earl OF KlNNOULL 
(1811). 



Escutcheons {Z)— continued. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Earl of Kinnoull 
[impaled by Lyon Office] (1823). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters) within a bordure gu. Cap- 
tain Edward William Auriol 
Hay, Lyon Clerk (1824). 1 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 1st and 2nd grand 
quarters) within a bordure erm. 
Robert William Hay (1824). 1 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Hay). Earl 
of Kinnoull. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. Seton of Abercorn. 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). (Smith-) Seton of 
Touch (1771). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu., in chief 
an ox-yoke lying fess-ways ppr. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Dalrymple Hay 
of Park (1800). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (1st and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), with a crescent gu. for 
difference, the latter within a bordure 
of the last. Hay Gordon of 
Avochie (1858). 

Arg. three escutcheons gu. (3rd 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter for Hay). 
Fraser of Findrack (1864). 

Erm. three escutcheons gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Hay of LEYS 

(1831). 

Erm. three escutcheons gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Paterson-Balfour- 
Hay of Leys and Carpow (1872). 

Face, Leopard's. 

Gu. a leopard's tace arg. between 
three cinquefoils erm. Charles 
Edward Hamilton, London (1892). 

Quarterly or and gu. a leopard's 
face ppr. (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
M i Iver). Campbell of Bal- 

LOCHYLE (1871). 

1 Altered on Petition to a coat of four quarters, 
of which the above was the third (1824). 



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Falcon. 

Arg. a falcon volant ppr. between 
three holly leaves in chief vert and a 
hunting-horn in base sa., garnished gu. 
Burnet of Shetchocksley. 

Arg. a falcon close sa., armed, jessed, 
and belled or, on a chief of the second 
three besants. Bolton of Carbrook 
(1870). 

Az. a falcon displayed between three 
mullets arg., on his breast a man's 
heart gu. Lord Halkerstoune. 

Az. a falcon displayed arg. charged 
on the breast with a heart gu. between 
three mullets of the second (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Falconer Macken- 
zie of Allangrange (18 1 7). 

Gu. a falcon volant or within an 
orle wavy on the outer and engrailed 
on the inner side arg. Thomas 
Knox, Ireland (1693). 

Sa. a falcon rising or between three 
mullets of the last (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters for Pendarvis). Bassett of 
Tihiddy, Cornwall (1780). 
Falcons (3). 

Arg. three falcons vert (1st quarter). 
Quarles (1767). 
FESS. 

(1) Fess, Fess within . . . and Fess 

surmounted of . . . 

(2) Fess and in chief . . . 

(3) Fess and in base . . . 

(4) Fess between . . . 

(5) On a Fess . . . 

(6) On a Fess . . . and in chief . . . 

( 7 ) On a Fess . . . and in base . . . 

(8) On a Fess between . . . 

(9) Parted per Fess. 

(1) Fess, Fess within . . ., Fess sur- 
mounted of . . . 
Arg'. a fess wreathed az. and 



gu. 



Carmichael, Earl of Hind- 



ford. 

Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. 
within a bordure of the second charged 
with eight crescents of the first. 
Carmichael of Ballinblea. 

Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. 
within a bordure counter-compony of 
the second and first. John Car- 
michael, portioner of Little Black- 
burn. 



Fess — continuci I. 

Arg. a fess az. CHARTERIS OF 
Hempsfield. 

Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the 
first surmounted of two ravens hang- 
ing pale-ways sa., with an arrow through 
both their heads. Peter Murdoch, 
Glasgow (1732). 

Arg. a fess counter-compony az. and 
of the field surmounted of two swords, 
points upwards, in saltire ppr., on a chief 
of the second three besants. Hopkirk 
OF Dalbeath (1st matric. 1774). 

Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the 
field surmounted of two ravens hang- 
ing pale-ways, suspended from an 
arrow in fess through their heads, 
point toward the sinister, all ppr. 
Murdoch of Rosshill (1779). 

Arg. a fess az. surmounted of three 
arrows, one in pale and two in bend 
dexter and sinister, points downwards, 
counter-changed ; in chief a boar's 
head erased sa., and in base two 
escallops ermines. HUTCHISON OF 
Rockend (1856). 

Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. 
within a bordure of the second (1st 
quarter). Gibson- Carmichael of 
Skirling (2nd matric. 1823). 

Arg. a fess az. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Charteris OF 
Amisfield. 

Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. 
within a bordure of the second (1st 
and 4th quarters). Carmichael- 
Smyth of Nutwood (1st matric. 
1 82 1, 2nd do. 1822). 

Arg. a fess wreathed gu. and az. 
within a bordure of the last (2nd 
quarter). Gibson- Carmichael of 
Skirling (1st matric. 1791). 

Arg. a fess sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed gu. David Congilton, 
portioner of Dirleton. 

Arg. a fess gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure or. 
Melville of Cassingray. 

Arg. a fess gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Melville of Raitli). Lord Mel- 
ville (1673). 



So 



FESS 



Fess — continued. 

Arg. a fess gu. (3rd quarter), all 
within a bordure componyerm. and pur- 
pure. Campbell of Craigie ( 1 8 1 6). 

Az. a fess arg. ; over all a marble 
pillar gu. issuing out of the nombril 
wavy. Edward of Longcroft. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
Earl of Kilmarnock. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. within 
a bordure or. BOYD OF PlTCON. 

Chequy or and az. a fess gu. 
fretty arg. (1st quarter for Cheyne). 
Viscount Newhaven. 

Gu. a fess vair. Basken of Ord. 

Gu. a fess erm. Crawfurd OF 
Crawfurdland. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st 
and 4th quarters for Lindsay), all within 
a bordure az. charged with fourteen 
mullets (or). Earl of Balcarres. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
of the last. Lindsay of Evelick. 

Gu. a fess chequy within a bordure 
counter-compony arg. and az. (1st and 
4th quarters). Lindsay of Cairne. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly or and gu. charged with 
eight mullets counter-changed. Lind- 
say of Cavill. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. ( 1 st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
az. charged with eight roses arg. 
Lindsay of Kilspindie. 

Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th 
quarters for Crawfurd). Crawfurd 
of Kilbirnie (2nd matric. 1694). 

Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Crawford of Jordan- 
hill (2nd matric. 1765, 3rd do. 1766). 

Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Crawford of Auchin- 
AMES (1st matric. 1789). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st 
and 4th quarters). WILLIAM ALEX- 
ANDER Lindsay of Deerpark, 
Devon (187 1). 

Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Crawfurd of Auchin- 
ames (2nd matric. 1879). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. 



Fess — continued. 

(1st and 4th quarters). Earl of 
Crawford (1884). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. within 
a bordure of the last (1st and 4th 
quarters of 1 st and 4th grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure az. semee 
of fourteen mullets or. LINDSAY OF 
Balcarres (1875). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters), a mullet or in the fess point. 
Paterson Wallace of Morning- 
side (1824). 

Gu. a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bor-, 
dure arg. Chalmers OF KlLDONAN. 

Gu. a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bor- 
dure indented or. Chambers of 
Waterside. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Lindsay), all 
within a bordure quarterly gu. and 
arg. Colville of Blair. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), a mullet for differ- 
ence. Hugh Wallace, W.S. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Patrick Wal- 
lace, Provost of Arbroath. 

Gu. a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
arg. Wallace of Neilstonside 

(1759). 

Gu. a fess erm. surmounted of two 
spears in saltire arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly gu. and arg. Patrick 
George Crawford (1779). 

Gu. a fess erm. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Crawford Pollok OF 

POLLOK (1852). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters). DUNLOP OF Dun- 
lop (1838). 

Gu. a fess erm. (3rd quarter [for 
Crawford] of 3rd grand quarter). 
Earl of, Glasgow (1869). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. (1st 
and 4th quarters [for Lindsay] of 3rd 



FESS 



81 



Fess — contiu in u /. 

grand quarter). Earl OF GLASGOW 
(1869). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
within a bordure sa. charged with 
eight mascles of the third. STEWART 
OF ASCOG. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., over 
all a lion rampant gu. Stewart of 
Blackhall. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
surmounted of a bend engrailed, 
all within a bordure indented gu. 
Stewart of Burr ay. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
within a bordure gu. charged with 
three lions rampant and as many 
ships at anchor interchanged of the 
first. Stewart of Newark. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. 
charged with a rose ppr. Stewart 
of Shambelly (1732). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. 
charged with a boar's head couped of 
the field, within a double tressure flory 
counter-dory of the fourth. Stewart 
of Castle Stewart (1st matric. 
1770). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend gu. Stewart of 
Goodtrees. (Patent dated 1745, 
registered 1777). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu., within 
a bordure engrailed of the second 
charged with three garbs of the field 
alternately with as many crescents of 
the third. Stewart of Castle- 
STEWART (2nd matric. 17S8). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
within a bordure gu. charged with 
three crescents of the third. Prof. 
Dugald Stewart of Catrine 
(1807). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu., 
within a bordure wavy of the second 
charged with three mullets of the 
third. Stuart of Kilburn House, 
co. Middlesex (181 1). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 



Fess — continued. 

within a bordure gu. charged with 
four galleys, oars in action, of the first. 
John Stewart, Canada (1834). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu., within 
a bordure engrailed of the second 
charged with three garbs of the field 
alternately with as many crescents of 
the third. Stewart of St. Fort 

(1839). 

Or, a fess wavy gu. surmounted of 
a pillar sa. issuing out of a mount in 
base vert. Edward OF Balruddery 
(1867). 

Or, a fess wavy gu. surmounted of 
a pillar sa. issuing out of a mount in 
base vert, within a bordure of the 
second. Allan Edward of Faring- 
ton Hall, co. Forfar (1868). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
quarter for Stewart). Earl of Tra- 
quair. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
quarter). Lady Louisa Stewart 
(1863). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
quarter of 1 st grand quarter for Stuart 
of Traquair), the latter within a bor- 
dure gu. Constable - Maxwell- 
Stuart of Traquair (1876). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 1st grand quarter). 
Duke of Athole (1865). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
counter erm. Stewart of Balcas- 
kie. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
az. charged with eight buckles or. 
Stewart of Grantully ( 1 st matric.) 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Stewart of Lady- 
wall. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Stewart of 
Straebrock. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bor- 
dure arg. charged with six wolves' heads 
erased gu. ; over all a lion rampant 

G 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

gu. James Stewart, merchant, 
Dundee. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. ( i st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
embattled az. charged with eight 
buckles or. W. Charles Stewart, 
Major in Halket's Regiment of Scots 
Dutch (1740). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Stewart of 
Ardsheal (1st matric. 1772, 2nd do. 
1800). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Stewart Nichol- 
son OF CARNOCK (1st matric. 1792). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Shaw Stewart of 
Blackhall and Greenock (18 12). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu., sur- 
rounded by a double tressure flory 
counter- flory of the fourth, within a 
a bordure engrailed erm. (1st and 4th 
quarters). John Leveson Douglas 
Stewart, younger, of Nateby 
Hall, co. Lancaster (1867). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu., within 
a bordure engrailed of the second 
charged with three garbs of the first 
alternately with as many crescents of 
the third (1st and 4th quarters). 
Balfour- Stewart of Arbigland 
(1869). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
arg. charged with three wolves' heads 
erased gu. Charles Stewart, 
barrister-at-law (1879). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters for Stewart). Marquess of 
Athole. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
quarter for Stewart of Doiui). Earl 
of Moray. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
quarter). Goodlatt Campbell of 
Achlyne. 



Fess — continued. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure erm. 
Campbell of Aberuchill (2nd 
matric. 1694). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure quarterly 
or and sa. Campbell OF Barcal- 
DINE (2nd matric. 1808). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
quarter [for Stewart] of coat impaled 
by Macgregor). Captain Evan John 
Macgregor Murray (1809). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure quarterly 
or and sa. Campbell OF Barcal- 
dine (2nd matric. 1 8 1 7). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant within a 
bordure gu. (2nd quarter). RICHARD- 
SON OF PlTFOUR (2nd matric. 1826 
and 3rd do. 1837). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant within a bor- 
dure gu. (2nd quarter). MAJOR J. 
Alston Stewart (1830). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
within a bordure gu. charged with 
eight buckles of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Stewart) ; over all on an 
escutcheon arg. a saltire (" some will 
have it engrailed ") between four roses 
gu. Stewart, Duke of Lennox. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Cunningham of 
Craigends. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Reid of Birnes. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the last, and in chief a buckle 
of the second (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Hathorn of Overaires (1743). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. within 
a bordure sa. charged with eight 
mascles of the third (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). M Arthur Stewart of 
Milltoun (1775). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed parted per pale or and arg. 
Steuart of Ballechin (1876). 



FESS 



83 



Fess — continued. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed parted per pale arg. and or. 
Charles Ferdinand de Kierz- 
kowski-Steuart, London (1888). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Stewart-Mackenzie of Seaforth 
(1890). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a lion rampant gu. within 
a bordure of the last (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters). Lieut.-Col. W. Stewart 
Balfour (1837). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (2nd 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Pentland of that Ilk (18 12). 

Or, a fess chequy arg. and az. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). MURRAY OF BROUGHTON 
(2nd matric. 1730, 3rd do. 1809). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. ; over 
all a bend sa. charged jvith three 
buckles of the first (4th quarter of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). Earl 
of Forfar. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend sa. charged with 
three buckles of the first (4th quarter 
of 2nd grand quarter). Earl of Sel- 
kirk (1799). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend sa. charged with 
three buckles of the field (4th quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters) ; over 
the latter on an escutcheon of pretence 
Douglas. Lord Dunglass (1878). 
Earl of Home (1881). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend sa. charged with 
three buckles of the first (4th quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters) ; over, 
the latter on an escutcheon of pre- 
tence Douglas. Hope of Luffness 
(1886). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), in the fess point a hunting- 
horn sa., garnished gu. Campbell 
of Glenfalloch. 



Fess — continued. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter) ; over all a man's heart gu., 
crowned or. Campbell of Glen- 
lyon. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter). Campbell of Glenur- 
quhie. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter). CAMPBELL OF LOCH- 
DOCHART. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), a mullet for difference. 
Campbell of Monzie. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
Alexander Campbell, third son of 
Glenurquhie. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure invected 
sa. Duncan Campbell, eldest son 
of Monchaster. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure - az. 
Alexander Campbell, M.D. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure erm. 
Campbell of 'Aberuchill (3rd 
matric. 1703). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure az. 



Dr. 



Alexander Campbell, surgeon 



to the Hospital at Port Royal, Jamaica 

(1737). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure vair. 
Campbell of Barcaldine (1st 
matric. 1755). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter) ; over all the arms of the 
Scots, African, and Indian Company, 
q.v. Campbell of Finab (1772). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter). Lieut.-Gen. Sir Alex- 
ander Campbell, Bart. (1st matric. 
1815). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure or. 
Captain Alexander Campbell, 
H.E.I.C.S. (1st matric. 181 5, 2nd 
do. 1 816). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
(3rd quarter) ; over the quarters a 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

silver medal and gold cross pendant 
from a ribbon with clasps. Sir Colin 
Campbell, K.C.B. (1816). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter). Campbell OF DUNSTAFF- 
nage (1st matric. 1836). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter). Earl of Breadalbane 
(1868). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter). Campbell of Dunstaff- 
nage (2nd matric. 1889). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter 
for Stewart). LORD CARDROSS. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 
MoiR OF Leckie (1796). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
(2nd quarter of 3rd grand quarter for 
A thole) ; on an escutcheon of pretence 
over Marchioness of Lansdowne 
and Baroness Nairne (1878). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
surmounted by a bend sa. charged 
with three buckles of the first (4th 
quarter for Stewart) ; over all on an 
escutcheon Douglas. James, Mar- 
quess of Douglas. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted by a bend sa. charged with 
three buckles of the first (4th quarter) ; 
over all on an escutcheon Douglas. 
Douglas of Bridgeford. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
surmounted of a bend sa. charged 
with three buckles of the field (4th 
quarter for Stewart of Bon kill) ; over 
all on an escutcheon Douglas. 
Douglas of that Ilk (1771). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 4th grand quarter), 
the latter within a bordure az. charged 
with eight buckles or. Stewart 
Fothringham OF Powrie, co. For- 
far (1890). 

Vert, a fess indented upon the upper 
and engrailed on the nether side arg., 
surmounted of an arrow in pale, point 
downward, ppr. between four mullets 
of the second. JOHN CUTHBERT, 
Bailie of Inverness. 



(2) Fess and in chief . . . 

Arg. a fess sa., in chief three 
lozenges of the last. Lord Aston, 
Baron of Forfar. 

Gu. a fess erm. and in chief two 
cinquefoils arg. Captain James 
Crawfurd. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in 
chief a label of three points of the 
second. Lindsay of Blackholm. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in 
chief a mullet of the second, the base 
uridy of the third, within a bordure 
engrailed or. Lindsay of Culsh. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in 
chief a mullet (of the second ?), and 
the base barry undy of the second and 
third. Lindsay of Dowhill. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in 
chief a cross crosslet fitchee of the 
second (1st and 4th quarters). THE 
Hon. Colin Lindsay (1885). 

Gu. a fess erm., in chief a mullet of 
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters). COOPER 
of Failford (2nd matric. 1839). 

Gu. a fess erm., in chief a mullet 
of the last (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). COOPER 
of Failford (3rd matric. 1852). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in 
chief a mullet of the second and the 
base wavy of the third, within a 
bordure engrailed or (3rd quarter for 
Lindsay of Culsh). Dingwall For- 

DYCE OF BRUCKLAY (1846). 

Or, a fess gu. and in chief a serpent 

az. COTHBERT OF CASTLEHILL. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a lion passant guardant gu. 
Stewart of Rosling. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
surmounted of a bend engrailed and 
in the sinister chief point a buckle, 
all within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory gu. Stewart of Phis- 
GILL (1725 ?). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
surmounted of a bend gu. charged 
with three buckles of the field, in a 
sinister canton of the fourth a lion 
passant guardant of the first pierced 
with a dart ppr., and in base a 



FESS 



85 



Fess — continued. 

broken spear surmounted of a helmet, 
both ppr. Steuart of Allanton 
(2nd matric. 18 i 5). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. 
charged with three salmon of the first, 
in the sinister chief point a buckle, 
all within a double tressure flowered 
and counter-flowered of the fourth. 
Stewart of Southwick, co. Kirk- 
cudbright ( 1 89 1 ). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief three buckles of the second (1st 
and 4th quarters). Stewart of 
Newhall. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. and 
in chief a garb of the second (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed gu. William Stewart, 
Remembrancer of the Exchequer 
(1724?). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend gu. charged with 
three buckles arg\, in chief a lion 
passant guardant of the fourth (1st 
and 4th quarters). Stewart Den- 
ham OF COLTNESS ( I 8 I o). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
within a bordure gu., on a canton of 
the last an Eastern crown of the first 
(ist and 4th quarters). Captain 
William Little Stewart (1851). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a garb of the second (1st and 
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters), within a bordure gu. David 
Steuart Moncreiffe (1768). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a label of three points gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
of pretence Ct/ning/ianic of Bandalloch. 
Stewart Robertson of Edrady- 
nate (1885). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a mullet gu. (2nd quarter), all 
within a bordure engrailed compony 
az. and arg. Stewart of Ard- 
vorlich (1802). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a mullet gu. (2nd quarter), all 
within a bordure engrailed compony 



Fess — continued. 

az. and arg. Major-Gen. Robert 
Stuart, H.E.I.C.S. (1802). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. and 
in chief a chevron gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Stewart of MonteitJi) ; 
over all a crescent gu. for difference. 
Viscount Preston. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a crescent of the second (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). CunninGHAme 
OF Cayon, St. Cristopher's. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., 
in chief a chevronel gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
chequy sa. and or. Graham of 
Garture. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a chevron gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Graham of Gartmore 
(1st matric. 1673 ?). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
chief a chevron gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Graham of Gartmore 
(2nd matric. 1 772). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd 
quarter) ; above the quarters on a 
chief arg. the representation of a rock 
superinscribed " Gibraltar " between 
two medals. Sir Alexander Camp- 
BELL,Bart., K.C.B.(2nd matric. 181 7). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., 
in chief a chevronel gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 
Barclay-Allardice (1883). 
(3) Fess and in base . . . 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. and 
in base a cross moline or. Boyd OF 
Pinkell. 

Gu. a fess erm. and in base a ship 
or. Crauford of Possil. 

Gu. a fess erm., in base two swords 
in saltire ppr., within a bordure wavy 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters). Mac- 

KNIGHT CRAWFURD OF CARTSBURN 

(2nd matric. 1864). 

Gu. a fess erm., in base two swords 
in saltire ppr., within a bordure wavy 
arg. (ist and 4th quarters). Mac- 
knight Crawfurd of Cartsburn 
(3rd matric. 1866). 

Gu. a fess erm. and in base a ship 
at anchor, her ensigns flying, or (2nd 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

and 3rd quarters). Dunmore OF 
Kelvinside (1770). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
base a savage head couped ppr. 
Mrs. Louisa Sydney Stuart, Bel- 
ton Strange House, co. Salop (1892). 
(4) Fess between . . . 

Arg. a fess wavy gu. between three 
boars' heads erased sa., within a bor- 
dureofthe second. Allardyce of 

DUNNINALD. 

Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the 
first between three cocks gu. Cock- 

BURN OF ORMISTON. 

Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the 
first between three cocks gu., a mullet 
for difference. George Cockburn, 
third son of Ormiston. 

Arg. a fess az. between three mullets 
gu., within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. Dick of Pitkerro. 

Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the 
first between three mullets in chief az. 
and a man's heart in base ppr. 
Douglas of Maynes. 

Arg. a fess nebuly between three 
escutcheons gu. Hay of Cardeny. 

Arg. a fess between three escut- 
cheons within a bordure gu. Hay of 

WOODCOCKDALE. 1 

Arg. a fess wavy between three 
escutcheons within a bordure gu. 
James Hay, W.S. 

Arg. a fess wavy cotised az. between 
two unicorns' heads couped in chief 
and a hunting-horn in base gu., gar- 
nished of the first and stringed of the 
third. HORNE OF Westerhall. 

Arg. a fess between three mullets 

az. INNES OF BLAIRTOUN (ist 

matric. . . .) 

Arg. a fess engrailed between three 
mullets az. Mr. Robert Innes, 
Minister of Gamrie. 

Arg. a fess wavy between three 
mullets az. Mr. George Innes, 
Parson of Balhclvie. 

1 Given thus by Nisbet ; the entry in the 
Register is partially erased, but runs as follows : 
" Arg. three incscutcheons, within a bordure gu. 
a fess waved of the second." But see James 
Hay, W.S. , who was the second brother of 
Woodcockdale. 



Fess — continued. 

Arg. a fess counter-embattled be- 
tween three mullets az. Thomas 
Innes. 

Arg. a fess gu. between three holly 
leaves vert. Irvine of Castle- 

FARTAGH. 

Arg. a fess between two mullets in 
chief az. and a hunting-horn in base 
sa., garnished gu. Jossey OF West 
Panes. 

Arg. a fess wavy between two 
mullets in chief az. and a hunting- 
horn in base sa., garnished gu. John 
Jossey, surgeon-apothecary in Edin- 
burgh. 

Arg. a fess quarterly sa. and or be- 
tween three trefoils vert. Macreadie 
of Pearstoun. 

Arg. a fess between a boar's head 
erased in chief and two mullets in base 
az. Mrs. Elizabeth Rocheid of 
Inverleith. 

Arg. a fess chequy sa. and or be- 
tween three ships rigged of the 
second. Rolland of Disblair. 

Arg. a fess crenelle between three 
lions' heads erased gu. Scott OF 
LOGIE. 

Arg. a fess az. between two cross 
crosslets fitchee in chief and a mullet 
in base sa. James Sharp, Arch- 
bishop of St. Andrews [impaled with 
arms of See]. 

Arg. a fess az. between two cross 
crosslets in chief and a mullet in base 
sa., within a bordure gu. Sharp OF 
Stonehill. 

Arg. a fess nebuly between three 
mullets sa. Stoddart OF SOUTH- 
house. 

Arg. a fess counter-embattled be- 
tween two cinquefoils in chief and a 
cross crosslet fitchee in base gu. 
Keirie of Gogar (1673). 

Arg. a fess between three mullets in 
chief and a lion rampant in base gu. 
Macrae of Orangefield (1736). 

Arg. a fess crenelle - between three 
lions' heads erased gu., a mullet in 
chief for difference. SCOTT OF 
Brotherton (1764). 

Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the 



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87 



Fess — continued. 

first between three boars' heads 
couped az. Charles Fall, Dunbar 

(1764). 

Arg. a fess az. between two mullets 
in chief and a crescent in base gu. 
Dick of Braid (1768). 

Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the 
field between three mullets in chief 
az. and a man's heart in base ppr., 
all within a bordure engrailed vert 
charged with eight crescents or. John 
DOUGLAS, Albany Herald (1780). 

Arg- a fess chequy sa. and or be- 
tween two ships in chief, sails furled, 
of the second, and a fleur de lys 
in base az. Rolland of Cask 
(1788). 

Arg. a fess chequy sa. and or be- 
tween two three-masted ships, sails 
furled, in chief of the second, and a 
lion rampant gu. in base. Rolland 

OF AUCHMITHIE (1796). 

Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the 
field surmounted of a bend engrailed 
of the second charged with three 
buckles or, between a lion rampant 
gu. and a moor's head couped ppr., 
banded of the first in chief and a garb 
in base of the second. Stirling of 
Mansfield (3rd matric. 1801). 

Arg. a fess counter-embattled be- 
tween three lions' heads erased gu. 
Scott of Dunninauld (1807- 1809). 

Arg. a fess az. between two cross 
crosslets fitchee in chief and a mullet 
in base sa., within a bordure wavy gu. 
Sharp of Kincarrochy (18 13). 

Arg. a fess between five mullets of 
six points, three in chief and two in 
base gu. Major - General Sir 
Thomas Dallas, K.C.B. (1815). 

Arg. a fess chequy or and az. between 
three arrows in pale, points upwards, in 
chief, and three fleurs de lys, 2 and 1, 
in base of the third. Steuart of 
Glenormiston (1828). 

Arg. a fess gu. between three tre- 
foils slipped vert, on a chief erm. a 
lion rampant of the second between 
two cinquefoils of the third. William 
M'Taggart, merchant, Madras 
(1842). 



Fess — con tinned. 

Arg. a fess between two colts in 
chief and one in base sa. Coul- 
thart of Coulthart (1846). 

Arg. a fess erm. between three 
mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in 
base az., within a bordure gu. charged 
with three cranes statant of the field. 
Trotter Cranstoun of Dewar 
(1st matric. 1848). 

Arg. a fess gu. between two hearts 
in chief of the second and a salmon 
naiant in base az. John Melville, 
W.S., Lord Provost of Edinburgh 
(1854). 

Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the 
field surmounted of a bend engrailed of 
the second charged with three buckles 
or, between a lion rampant gu. and a 
moor's head couped ppr., banded of 
the first in chief, and a garb in base 

of the fourth. STIRLING OF MANS- 
FIELD (4th matric. 1864). 

Arg. a fess wavy vert between 
three anchors sa. Michael James 
Jamieson, merchant, Glasgow (1864). 

Arg. a fess chequy and gu. of the field 
between a crescent in chief of the 
second and a unicorn's head erased in 
base sa. James Ptolemy Thur- 
burn, R.N. (1864). 

Arg. a fess wavy az. between three 
anchors sa. Jamieson of Croy 
(1865). 

Arg. a fess wavy vert between three 
anchors sa., within a bordure of the 
second. Robert Jarvie Jamieson 
(1869). 

Arg. a fess az. between an eagle 
displayed in chief sa., beaked and 
membered gu., and a galley in base, 
oars in saltire and flags flying, of 
the third. Balloch of Peath*ill 
(1869). 

Arg. a fess wreathed gu. and vert 
between two mullets in chief of the 
second and a dolphin haurient in base 
az., within a bordure of the third. 
Elder of Fairfield (1869). 

Arg. a fess az. between a fox 
courant in chief ppr. and a mullet in 
base of the second. William Wylie, 
L.R.C.S.E. (1870). 



FESS 



Fess — continued . 

Arg. a fess az. between three harps 
sa., stringed or. JOHN HARPER, 
LL.D., Edinburgh (1870). 

Arg. a fess chequy gti. and of the 
first between three mullets in chief 
az. and a heart in base ppr. (2nd 
quarter for Douglas of Mains), all 
within a bordure erm. Campbell 
Douglas of Douglas Support 
(2nd matric. 1871). 

Arg. a fess sa. between three es- 
cutcheons az. John Heys, calico 
printer (1875). 

Arg. a fess chequy az. and or 
between three oak trees eradicated 
fructed ppr. Forrest of Auciien- 
RAITH, co. Lanark (1877). 

Arg. a fess wavy between three 
cross crosslets fitchce az. Henry 
ADAMSON, Ewell, co. Surrey (1883). 

Arg. a fess erm. between three 
mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in 
base az., within a bordure gu. charged 
with three cranes statant of the field. 
Trotter- Cranstoun of Dewar, 
co. Midlothian (2nd matric. 1890). 

Arg. a fess gu. between three 
mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in 
base az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Trotter of Mortonhall (1st 
matric.) 1 

Arg. a fess crenelle between three 
lions' heads erased gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters). SCOTT OF COMISTON. 
" Assigned by the Lyon at London " 
(first matric. 1747) ; over all an eagle 
displayed az. (second matric. 1760). 

Arg. a fess gu. between three 
mullets in chief sa. and a crescent in 
base az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Trotter of Mortonhall (2nd 
matric. 1792). 

Arg. a fess between three weaver's 
shuttles gu., tipped and furnished with 
quills of yarn or (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). J. W. Wedderburn Webster, 
Clapham, co. Surrey (181 1). 

Arg. a fess az. between three lions' 
heads erased in chief and as many 
crescents in base gu. (1st and 4th 

1 But see note in Register which refers to a 
Patent of 29th June 1676. 



Fess — continued. 

quarters). PENTLAND OF THAT 

Ilk (1812). 

Arg. a fess nebuly between three 
mullets of six points sa. within a 
bordure gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
George Stodart, London (1864). 

Arg. a fess between three mullets 
in chief and a crescent in base az. 
(1st and 4th quarters). COSENS- 
Weir of Bogangreen (1865). 

Arg. a fess sa. between three moors' 
heads couped ppr., banded or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Brown-Morison 
OF FlNDERLIE (1866 ; 2nd matricula- 
tion of same arms as Broun-Morison 
[1885]). 

Arg. a fess nebuly between three 
stars of six points sa. within a bordure 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). ROBERT 
Riddle Stodart, Lyon Clerk Depute 
(1S71). 

Arg. a fess wavy gu. between three 
boars' heads erased sa. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Barclay - Allardice 
(1883). 

Arg. a fess wavy between three 
roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
1st and 4th grand quarters). Earl 
of Haddington (2nd matric. 1859). 

Arg. a fess gu. cotised sa. between 
three garbs of the last (2nd quarter 
for Tyndall). Hamilton-Tyndall- 
Bruce of Grangehill and Falk- 
land (1873). 

Arg. a fess wavy between three 
roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Melrose). Earl of Haddington 
(1st matric.) 

Arg. a fess sa. between two cotises 
az. and of the second x (2nd and 
3rd quarters). CONGILTON OF that 
Ilk. 

Arg. a fess az. between two cross 
crosslets fitchde in chief and a mullet 
in base sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Sharp of Scotscraig. 

Arg. a fess embattled between three 
roses gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Graham of Airth (1722). 

Arg. a fess between three bay 
leaves vert (2nd and 3rd quarters 
1 Compony az. and of the second. — Nisbet. 



ll'.SS 



89 



Fess — continued. 

ioxFoulis). George Riddell, M.D., 
heir-male of Kinglass (1765). 

Arg. a fess dancetty sa. between 
three Cornish choughs ppr. (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Thomas), ORME OF 
BALVAIRD on an escutcheon of pre- 
tence over Malcolm of Poltalloch 
(1818). 

Arg. a fess between a boar's head 
erased in chief and two mullets in base 
az. (2nd and 3rd quarters). KlN- 
LOCH OF GlLMERTON (1829). 

Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the 
first between three mullets in chief 
az. and a heart in base ppr. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), in the middle chief 
point on an escutcheon arg. a woman 
trampling a snake under her feet and 
supporting a child in her arms crowned 
with laurel ; all within a bordure 
erm. Douglas of Douglas Sup- 
port (1st matric. 1832). 

Arg. a fess sa. between three foxes' 
heads couped ppr. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Tod-Mercer of Scots- 
bank (1884). 

Arg. a fess gu. between three 
hunting-horns sa., stringed of the 
second (4th quarter [for Forrester] of 
4th grand quarter). Earl of Glas- 
gow (1869). 

Az. a fess or (between two arms 
coupled at the shoulders arg. FRANCIS 
Armstrong, son to Parknowe. 

Az. a fess between three bells or. 
Bell of Provesthauch. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
between two barrulets of the second. 
David Boyd, Edinburgh. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
between two cross crosslets fitchee in 
chief and as many mullets in base of 
the second. Boyd OF TROCHREG. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. be- 
tween three roses in chief and a 
crescent in base of the second. John 
Boyd, Edinburgh. 

Az. a fess verrey {sic) between 
three fleur de lys arg. Browne of 
Gorgie Milne, now Broun of 

J OHNSTOUNBURN. 

1 Illegible in Register. 



FeSS — continued. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
between three bears' heads couped of 
the second, muzzled of the third. 
Forbes of Eight (Echt). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased 
in chief and as many mullets in base 
or. Gordon of Achannasee. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased 
or, within a bordure indented of the 
second. Gordon of Badenscoth. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased 
or, within a bordure of the second. 
Gordon of Birkenburn. 

Az. a fess chequy or (sic) and of the 
field between three boars' heads erased 
of the second, a mullet in chief for dif- 
ference. Gordon of Buthlay. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased 
or. Gordon of Lessmoir. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased 
or, within a bordure nebuly of the 
second. Gordon of Rothney. 

Az. a fess between an increscent 
and decrescent in chief arg. and a 
branch of palm slipped in base or. 
Neven (Niven) of Shousburgh. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
between three fraises of the second. 
James Park of . . . 

Az. a fess arg. between six cross 
crosslets fitchee or. Lieut.-Col. 
George Rattray. 

Az. a fess indented arg. between 
three besants. Edward Burrow, 
Port Glasgow (i 773)- 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and sa. 
between six cross crosslets fitchee, 
three in the chief and three in the 
nombril points, or, and three billets, 
two in the honour and one in the 
base points, of the second. John 
LEES, Private]Secretary to the Lord- 
Lieutenant of Ireland ( i 773)- 

Az. a fess engrailed arg. between 
three bells or. Thomas Bell, Ealing 
(1782). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu.between 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

two barrulets of the second. Lieut.- 
Gen. Sir Robert Boyd (1786). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased 
or, in the middle chief point a bear's 
head of the second, muzzled gu., in the 
dexter chief point a mullet silver. 
Lieut.-Col. Hugh Mackay Gordon 
(1803). 

Az. a fess or between two hunting- 
horns in chief of the second and a 
bear's head erased in base arg., 
muzzled sa. Robert Horn, advo- 
cate (1855). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
between two buckles in chief of the 
second and a saltire in base chequy or 
and of the third. Captain James 
Waddell Boyd (1858). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
between three escutcheons of the 
second. Boyd of Townend (1865). 

Az. a fess between three arrows 
pale - ways, points downwards, or. 
John Heugh, merchant, London 
(1865). 

Az. a fess between two pelicans in 
their nests feeding their young in 
chief and a pot of lilies in base arg. 
Paterson of Kinnettles (1867). 

Az. a fess between three boars' 
heads couped or. Henry Wolrige 
Gordon, barrister-at-law (1873). 

Az. a fess arg. between six mascles 
or. NlCOL OF BALLOGIE (1875). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and sa. be- 
tween two boars' heads couped in chief 
of the second and a crescent in base or, 
on a canton also of the second a chevron 
of the third between three lionsrampant 
gu. Andrew Clark, S.S.C. (1879). 

Az. a fess or between three mascles 
in chief and a crescent in base arg. 
Edward Joseph Carson of Accar- 
SANE, Capetown (1883). 

Az. a fess between three crosses 
pateearg. Charles James Gordon 
Duguid, Aberdeen (1883). 

Az. a fess between three crosses 
patee arg. within a bordure parted per 
pale arg. and or. Duguid of Cam- 
machmore, co. Kincardine (1883). 



Fess — continued. 

Az. a fess or between a castle triple- 
towered arg., masoned sa., in chief and 
a crescent of the second in base. 
Thomas Clark, Lord Provost of 
Edinburgh (1886). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. 
between three mullets in chief and an 
anchor in base of the second, wreathed 
about with a cable ppr. Boyd of 
Maxpoffle, co. Roxburgh (1892). 

Az. a fess between three lozenges or 
(1st and 4th quarters for Bcthune). 
Bethune of Balfour (1st matric.) 
(Do.) Bethune of Bandon. 

Az. a fess chequy or and gu. between 
three lozenges of the second (1st and 
4th quarters). Bethune of Blebo. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. be- 
tween three mascles or (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure indented 
or. Grisel Bethune, heiress of 
Longhermiston. 

Az. a fess between three fraises arg. 
(1st and 4th quarters). PHILIP 
Fraser, Inverness (1692). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased, 
within a bordure or (1st and 4th 
quarters). GORDON OF HALLHEAD 
(1760). 

Az. a fess between three lozenges or 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure embattled or. Bethune of 
Kilcon'quhar (1835). 

Az. a fess between three mascles or 
(1st and 4th quarters). BETHUNE OF 
Balfour (2nd matric. 1837). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and sa. 
between three crescents, one in chief 
and two in base, of the second (1st 
and 4th quarters). Towers-Clark 
of Wester Moffat (1867). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
field between three boars' heads erased 
or, within a bordure indented of the 
second (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st 
and 4th grand quarters). Forbes 
Leslie of Rothie (1862). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three boars' heads erased 
or, within a bordure indented of the 
second (2nd quarter [for Gordon of 



FESS 



9i 



Fess — co?iti?nted. 

BadenscotK\ of 2nd grand quarter). 
Forbes-Leith of Fyvie (1889). 

Az. a fess chequy vert and arg. 
between three bears' heads couped of 
the third, muzzled gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). David Rae, advocate 
(1758). 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the 
first between three covered cups of the 
second (2nd and 3rd quarters). Shaw 
Mackenzie of Newhall (1857). 

Az. a fess between three boars' 
heads or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 

GORDON-GlLMOUR OF CRAIGMILLAR, 
co. Midlothian (4th matric. 1887). 

Az. a fess between three crosses 
patee arg., within a bordure parted 
per pale of the second and or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). DUGUID-M'COMBIE 
OF Cammachmore, co. Kincardine 
(1890). 

Erm. a fess az. between two mullets 
in chief and a hart's head erased, 
attired with ten tynes in base gu. 
Dick of Prestonfield (1st matric. 
. . ., 2nd do. 1 771). 

Erm. a fess az. between two mullets 
in chief and a stag's head erased in 
base gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Cuninghame of Caprington (1st 
matric. 1829, 2nd do. 1S50). 

Erm. a fess az. between two mullets 
in chief and a stag's head erased in 
base gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure or. Dick CunynG- 
ham of Prestonfield (1850). 

Gu. a fess erm. between three 
mullets in chief arg. and two swords 
saltire-ways in base ppr., a crescent 
surmounted of another for difference. 1 
Crawfurd of Cartsburn (1st 
matric.) 

Gu. a fess wavy erm. between 
three mullets arg. pierced az. Craw- 
furd of Easter Seton. 

Gu. a fess erm. between three crows 
arg. Crawfurd of Cloverhill. 

Gu. a fess erm. between three 
mullets within a bordure arg. John 

1 Note in Register.— The brotherly difference 
above is taken away, and in lieu thereof a bordure 
wavy of the third added. 



Fess — continued. 

Crawfurd, Commissary Depute of 
Hamilton. 

Gu. a fess erm. between two mullets 
in chief arg. and a hart's head 
cabossed in base or, attired sa. 
James Crawfurd, Linlithgow. 

Gu. a fess indented or between two 
escallops in chief and a spur-revel in 
base arg. Patrick Divvie, merchant, 
Aberdeen. 

Gu. a fess between three besants 
in chief and a crane in base (or ?). 
Robert Fennison, Edinburgh. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. 
between three mullets in chief of the 
second and an annulet in base or. 
Lindsay of Wormiston. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. 
between three garbs of the second, 
banded of the first. David Lindsay, 
merchant, Edinburgh. 

Gu. a fess erm. between three 
mullets arg. Crawfurd of Kil- 
birnie (1st matric. 1673). 

Gu. a fess between a bow and arrow 
in full draught in chief and three legs 
of a man couped at the thigh in base 
arg. Birnie of Broomhill (1698). 

Gu. a fess counter-embattled erm. 
between two mullets in chief and a 
stag's head erased in base, with a cross 
crosslet between his attires or. Craw- 
ford of Doonside (1767). 

Gu. a fess between three escut- 
cheons or. W. Mutter, Governor of 
the Gold Coast (1767). 

Gu. a fess erm. between two crosses 
pat<fe or in chief and two swords 
saltire-ways ppr. in base, all within a 
bordure of the second. Hugh Craw- 
furd, W.S. ( 1 73 1). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az., in 
chief a crescent of the second between 
two cinquefoils erm., and in base a 
cinquefoil of the last between two 
crescents of the second. James 
Hamilton Clark, Lieut. R.N. 
(1778). 

Gu. a fess chequy or and az. between 
three arrows in pale, points upward, of 
the second. Macadam of Craigen- 
gellan (1784). 



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Fess — continued. 

Gu. a fess erm. between a mullet 
in chief arg. and two swords saltire- 
wise in base ppr., within a bordure 
engrailed or. David Crawford, 
Captain 83rd Foot (1785). 

Gu. a fess erm. between two mullets 
in chief or and a castle triple-towered 
in base arg., masoned sa. Kincaid 
of that Ilk (1808). 

Gu. a fess erm. between three 
• cinquefoils in chief and a mullet in 
base arg. Archibald Robe, mer- 
chant, Bristol (1809). 

Gu. a fess erm. between three 
mullets in chief arg. and two swords 
saltire-ways in base ppr., within a 
bordure engrailed az. Crawford of 
Thornwood (1864). 

Gu. a fess or between two camels' 
heads erased in chief of the second, 
collared of the first and campaned 
arg., and a wolf's head erased in base 
of the last. Joseph Grimond (1866). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. 
between three billets in chief and a 
crescent in base or. James Lee, 
M.D., Calcutta (1868). 

Gu. a fess erm. between two wolves' 
heads erased in chief and a banner 
displayed bend-ways in base arg., 
thereon a canton az. charged with a 
saltire of the third. The Right Hon. 
J. P. B. Robertson, Lord Justice- 
General of Scotland (1892). 

Gu. a fess couped between three 
crescents or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Holburne of Menstrie. 

Gu. a fess wavy erm. between three 
spur-revels arg., pierced az. (1st and 
4th quarters). Crawford of Over- 
ton, co. Lanark (1880). 

Gu. a fess erm. between two mullets 
in chief or and a triple-towered castle 
in base arg., masoned sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). KlNCAlD LENNOX OF 
WOODHEAD AND THAT ILK (1833). 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. 
between two besants, within a bordure 
engrailed of the second (3rd quarter for 
Lindsay of Peinie (?) ). JOHN DUTHY, 
Winchester, eldest son of Drumlathie 
(1773)- 



Fess — continued. 

Or, a fess ermine between three 
dragons' heads erased gu. Brymer 
OF Westerton. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two crescents in chief gu. 
and a boar's head couped in base sa. 
Clerk of Pennicuik (ist matric. 

• • •) 

Or, a fess gu. between a serpent 

in chief az. and a fir tree growing out 

of a mound in base vert. Cuthbert 

OF ROSSHALL. 

Or, a fess az. between three mullets 
in chief and as many crescents in base 
gu. Grisel Durhame, Countess 
(Dowager) of Middleton. 

Or, a fess chequy gu. and arg. 
between three bucks' heads cabossed, 
within a bordure of the second. Park 

OF FULFORDLEES. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two mascles of the second. 
Stewart of Bigtoun, Zetland. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between three cross crosslets fitch ee 
in chief and as many cushions in base 
gu., all within a bordure engrailed of 
the second. Stewart of Drum- 
jmin. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two garbs in chief and a 
crescent in base of the second. 
Stewart of Fillthecap. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between a lion passant in- chief and a 
rose in base gu., all within a bordure 
engrailed and compony of the second 
and third. Stewart of Inch- 
brek. 

Or, a fess between three hunting- 
horns sa., garnished and stringed gu. 
Pennicook of Newhall. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between three boars' heads sa. Clerk 
of Braleccan (1754). 

Or, a fess az. between three arrows 
pale - ways, points downwards, gu. 
John Barns, merchant, Glasgow 
(1770). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two crescents in chief and a 
boar's head erased in base gu., within 



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93 



Fess — continued. 

a bordure of the last charged with 
eight besants. Clerk of Mavis- 
bank (1773). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., 
surmounted of a bend engrailed gu. 
between a buckle of the last in the 
sinister chief point and an escallop sa. 
in the dexter base point, all within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the fourth. Stewart of Bally- 

MORRAN (1773). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- 
tween two crescents in chief gu. and a 
boar's head couped in base sa. Clerk 
of Penicuik (2nd matric. 1807). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend gu. charged with 
three buckles of the field, on a sinister 
canton of the third a lion rampant 
guardant of the first pierced with a 
dart, and in base a broken spear sur- 
mounted of a helmet, both ppr. (1st 
and 4th quarters). REGINALD Mac- 

DONALD STEUART (i S I 3). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two crescents in chief gu. 
and a boar's head erased in base sa., 
in the middle chief point a saltire 
couped and engrailed of the last. 
David Clark, merchant, Edinburgh 

(1814). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg., 
surmounted of a bend gu. charged 
with three buckles of the field, on a 
sinister canton of the fourth a lion 
passant guardant of the first pierced 
with a dart ppr., and in base a broken 
spear surmounted of a helmet both 
ppr. Steuart of Allanton (2nd 
matric. 181 5). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two buckles in chief and a 
pheon in base sa. Franc Nichols- 
Steuart of Dalpowie House 

(1869). 

Or, a fess gu. between two torteaux 
in chief and a griffin's head erased 
vert in base. Alexander Kay, 
merchant, Glasgow (1874). 

Or, a fess barry wavy of four gu. 
and vert between three talbots' heads 
erased of the second. Mrs. Alison 



Fess — continued. 

I'niLP or Christie [of Cowden] 

(1874)- 

Or, a fess wavy az. between two 
crosses flory in chief and a lion 
rampant in base sa. William 
Harper Minnoch, merchant, Glas- 
gow (1875). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between a horse-shoe in chief sa. and 
a galley, oars in action, in base ppr. 
Stewart of Garvocks, co. Renfrew 
(1876). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between a mullet in chief gu. and a 
hunting-horn in base sa., garnished 
and stringed of the fourth. Stewart 
of Binny (1880). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two garbs in chief of the 
second and an antique crown in base 
gu. Sir Donald Martin Stewart, 
K.C.B. (1 88 1). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- 
tween three trefoils slipped vert. The 
Rev. James Nibloch Stuart of 
Edenaneane, co. Monaghan, Minis- 
ter of the Parish of Yester (1883). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- 
tween' two mullets in chief and a 
crescent in base gu. Stewart 
of Alltyrodyn, Llandyssil, co. 
Cardigan (1888). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two leopards' faces in chief gu. 
and a galley in base sa., flagged of 
the fourth. Stewart of Banchory, 
co. Kincardine (1891). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two cross crosslets fitchee in 
chief and a garb in base gu., banded 
of the first. Thomas GRAINGER 
Stewart, M.D. (1891). 

Or, a fess wavy between three 
mullets gu. (1st and 4th quarters as 
coat of augmentation). Lord Kin- 
NAIRD OF INCHTURE. 

Or, a fess chequy sa. and arg. 
between three water-bougets, within a 
bordure of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all (on an escutcheon) 
arg. a cross engrailed sa., a crescent 
for difference. Ross OF Balgrigie. 



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Fess — continued. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between three garbs of the second 
(ist and 4th quarters). STEWART OF 
FONGORTH. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- 
tween two antique crowns in chief gu. 
and a boar's head couped in base sa. 
(ist and 4th quarters). John Stuart, 
King of France's Body Guard (1776). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between a lion passant guardant in 
chief gu. and in base three buckles, 
2 and I, az. (ist and 4th quarters). 
Stewart of Allanton (ist matric. 

1789). 

Or, a fess az. between three arrows 
pale - ways, points downwards, gu. 
( 1 st and 4th quarters for Barns) ; 
above the quarters on a chief az. the 
representation of the curtain of a 
fortification, and above it the word 
" St. Sebastian," and on a canton arg. 
a gold cross and the badge of the 
Portuguese Order of the Tower and 
Sword. Col. James Stevenson 
Barns of Kirkhill (1816). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between three buckles in chief of the 
second and a galley, oars in action, 
in base sa. (ist and 4th quarters). 
Stewart of Grandtully (2nd 
matric. 1839). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- 
tween two mullets of the second (ist 
and 4th quarters of ist and 4th 
grand quarters). Robert Stewart, 
merchant, Aberdeen (1732). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between three wolves' heads couped 
sa. (2nd quarter for Stewart of Athol), 
all within a bordure wavy or. GRANT 

OF ROTHIEMURCHUS (i 75 5). 

Or, a fess dancetty erm. between 
three falcons with wings displayed vert 
(2nd quarter). WILLIAM QUARLES 
(1767). 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. be- 
tween three cushions pendant by the 
corners gu., within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory of the last (2nd 
quarter). GORDON OF BALMOOR 

(1775). 



Fess — continued. 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between two crescents in chief gu. 
and a boar's head couped in base 
sa., within a bordure of the second 
(2nd quarter for Clerk of Liston 
Shiels). Clerk Rattray of Craig 
Hall (18 17). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. 
between three roses gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Murray of Broughton 
(ist matric.) 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu., 
between a buckle of the last in the 
sinister chief and an escallop sa. in the 
dexter base, all within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory of the 
fourth (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Margaret Caroline Youngson 

(1773). 

Or, a fess erm. between three 
griffins' heads erased vert (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Brebncr). Innes of 
Learney (1875). 

Or, a fess az. between three arrows, 
points downwards, gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Barns Graham of Craig- 
ALLIAN, co. Stirling (1884). 

Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. be- 
tween three open crowns gu. (3rd 
quarter). County of Aberdeen 
(1890). 

Sa. a fess between three mullets in 
chief and as many mascles in base 
arg. Leask of that Ilk. 

Sa. a fess between three mascles or, 
within a bordure chequy of the second 
and first. Mitchell of Berrie 
(Westshore). 

Sa. a fess engrailed between three 
mascles or. Mitchell of Landath. 

Sa. a fess wavy between three mas- 
cles or. Mitchell of Tilligrige. 

Sa. a fess invected between three 
mascles or. Mitchell of Wester 
Newbirnie. 

Sa. a fess between three mascles or, 
in chief a dagger erected, point up- 
wards, ppr., within a bordure arg. 
charged with eight cinquefoils gu. 
Mitchell of Craigend (or 
Mitchell) (17 19). 



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95 



Fess — con f tinted. 

Sa. a fess wavy between three 
mascles or. MITCHELL OF Thains- 
TOUN (1766). 

Sa. a fess wavy erminois, in chief a 
naval crown or between two mascles 
arg., and in base an anchor in pale of 
the third. Vice-Admiral William 
Mitchell (18 14). 

Sa. a fess inverted, in chief an 
annulet between two mascles and in 
base a mascle between two annulets 
or, within a bordure chequy of the 
last and first. James William 
Mitchell, Rothesay Herald and 
Lyon Clerk Depute (1886). 

Sa. a fess chequy arg. and az. 
between a crescent in chief and a 
boar's head couped in base or. Clark 
of Camphill (1869). 

Sa. a fess chequy arg. and az. be- 
tween a crescent in chief and a boar's 
head couped in base or, within a bor- 
dure erm. Clark of Oakshawside 
(1869). 

Sa. a fess counter-embattled arg. 
between three mascles or (2nd and 
3rd quarters). William Mitchell 
Carruthers (1876). 

Vert, a fess engrailed between 
four mullets arg. ; over all an arrow in 
pale, point downward, ppr. Alex- 
ander CUTHBERT, Provost of Inver- 
ness. 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 
a buck's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or, a mullet for 
difference, William Duff, third 
son of Craighead. 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 
a buck's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or. Duff of 
Keithmore (1676). 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 
a hart's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or. Duff of 
Braco (1723 ?). 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 
a buck's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or, all within a 
bordure of the last. Vice-Admiral 
Robert Duff (1781). 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 



Fess — continued. 

a stag's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or ; on a chief 
wavy of the second the Trafalgar medal 
or, between wreaths of cypress and 
laurel, with the word "Trafalgar" 
under the medal. Captain Norwich 
Duff, R.N. (1829). 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 
a stag's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand quarters). 
Wharton Duff of Orton (18 10). 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 
a hart's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Dttff of Braco). EARL 
Fife (1760 and 1780, the latter with 
different crest). 

Vert, a fess dancetty erm. between 
a stag's head cabossed in chief and 
two escallops in base or (3rd quarter 
{ox Duff of Craigston). Clerk Rat- 
tray of Craig Hall (18 17). 
(5) On a Fess . . . 

Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or. 
Leslie of Balquhan. 

Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or, 
within a bordure inverted of the 
second charged with eight crescents 
of the first. Leslie of Colpnay- 
shiels. 

Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or, 
within a bordure indented of the 
second. Leslie of Kininvie. 

Arg. on a fess az. three besants. 
Edward Fountain of Lochhill, 
Master of the Revels. 

Arg. on a fess az. three besants, a 
crescent for difference. James Foun- 
tain, one of the Masters of the 
Revels. 

Arg. on a fess wavy on the upper, 
and engrailed on the under side gu. 
three crescents of the first. Mel- 
ville of Auchmoor. 

Arg. on a fess engrailed az. three 
mullets or, within a bordure engrailed 
of the second. Mure of Riccarton. 

Arg. on a fess gu. three cocks pas- 
sant or, in the middle chief a crescent 
of the second. David Ogill (of 
Papill). 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

Arg. on a fess az. a boar's head 
erased between two mullets of the 

first. ROCHEAD OF CRAIGLEITH. 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the first. Weir of Blackwood. 

Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or, 
within a bordure of the second 
charged with three mullets of the 
first. James Leslie, advocate ( 1 694). 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the field, within a bordure engrailed 
gu. Mure of Caldwell (1779). 

Arg. on a fess gu. three escallops of 
the first. William Neweigging, 
F.R.C.S.E. (1829). 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the field, within a bordure engrailed 
gu., in the honour point a crescent of 
the second for difference. James 
Mure, London (1868). 

Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils 
of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure indented gu. Bos- 

WELL OF DOWEN. 

Arg. on a fess invected sa. three 
cinquefoils of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Boswell OF Glassmont. 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Kennedy of Clowburn. 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Mure of Rowallan. 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets or 
(1st and 4th quarters). MUIR OF 
CASSENCARY (1773)- 

Arer. on a fess az. three mullets or 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure nebuly quarterly gu. and arg. 
Mure Mackenzie of Delvine (1st 
matric. 1785). 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets or 
(ist and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure nebuly quarterly gu. and arg. 
Muir Mackenzie of Delvine (2nd 
matric. 1830). 

Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils 
of the first (ist and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure engrailed sa. BOS- 
WELLOF Balmuto ( i 8 7 5 ). 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the first (2nd quarter for Vere of 



Fess — continued. 

Blackwood). Hope Vere of Craigie- 
hall (2nd matric. 1815). 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the first (2nd quarter) ; over all on an 
escutcheon arg. a shakefork between a 
bugle in chief and two castles in 
base sa. Cunningham Fairlie of 

ROBERTLAND (1837). 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the first (2nd quarter). Hope Vere 
of Craigiehall (2nd matric. 181 5 
and 3rd do. 1846). 

Arg. on a fess gu. three cinquefoils 
of the first (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Dunfermline). Earl of Dunferm- 
line. 

Arg. on a fess gu. three cinquefoils 
of the first (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Lieut.-Col. James Seton (1806). 

Arg. on a fess az. three buckles or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Leslie- 

DUGUID OF BALQUHAIN AND AUCH- 

inhove, co. Aberdeen (1889). 

Az. diapered or semee of fleurs de 
lys of the last, on a fess arg. two boars' 
heads erased of the field. Fulton 

OF LOCHLIBOSIDE (1789). 

Az. diapered or semee of fleurs de 
lys of the last, on a fess arg. a boar's 
head erased of the field. Fulton 
of Park of Inchinnan (1789). 

Az. on a fess or three lozenges gu., 
within a bordure engrailed arg. 
Lieut.-Col. William M'Kerrell, 
younger of Hillhouse (1802). 

Az. on a fess or three lozenges gu., 
within a bordure engrailed arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). JAMES Adam 
M'Kerrell Brown, C.A., Edinburgh 
(1887). 

Erminois, on a fess parted per fess 
embattled gu. and az. three crescents 
arg. (2nd quarter for Craig of Dal nair), 
all within a bordure erm. Tytler of 
WOODEHOUSELEE (2nd matric. 1824). 

Erminois, on a fess parted per fess 
embattled gu. and az. three crescents 
arg. (2nd quarter for Craig of Dalnair). 
Fraser-Tytler of Balnain (1864). 

Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents 
arg. Craig of Riccarton (ist 
matric.) 



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97 



Fess — continued. 

Erm. on ;i fess gu. three crescents 
or. CRAIGIE OF DUMBARNIE (2nd 
matric. 1763). 

Erm. on a fess gu. three escallops 
or, within a bordure engrailed az. 
charged with eight bees ppr. Archi- 
bald Ingram, Provost of Glasgow 

(1763)- 

Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents 

arg. (1st and 4th quarters). Gibson 
Craig of Riccarton (2nd matric. 
1823). 

Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents 
arg., a mullet for difference (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). - Robert Stewart, Aber- 
deen (1732). 

Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents 
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Craig). 
Stewart of Newhall. 

Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents 
arg. (3rd quarter). Gibson Carmi- 
chael of Skirling (1st matric. 
1791). 

Erm. on a fess sa. three crescents 
arg. (4th quarter). Gibson CARMI- 
chael of Skirling (2nd matric. 
1823). 

Gu. on a fess arg. a hawk's lure of 
the first, between a cinquefoil in chief 
and a falcon's leg jessed and belled 
in base of the second. Shank of 
Castle Riggs (1732). 

Or, on a fess az. a mullet of six 
points, between two crescents of the 
field. Scot of Bavelaw. 

Or, on a fess az. a mullet of six 
points between two crescents of the 
field, within a bordure counter-compony 
of the first and second. WILLIAM 
Scot, second son of Bavelaw. 

Or, on a fess az. three" mullets arg. 
Weir-Vere of Stonebyres (1777). 

Or, on a fess gu. three fleurs de lys 
of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters for 
Lennard), all within a bordure wavy 
sa. Sir Thomas Barrett Lennard, 
Bart. (18 1 2). 

Or, on a fess az. three buckles of 
the first (3rd quarter of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters), the latter within a 
bordure engrailed arg. charged with 



Fess — continued. 

six crescents gu. Alexander Camp- 
bell, Peru (1762). 

Or, on a fess az. three buckles of 
the first (3rd quarter), all within a 
bordure engrailed az. (arg. ?) charged 
with four crescents gu. Colin Camp- 
bell, London (now — 1720 — of Moy). 
Or, on a fess az. three buckles of 
the first (4th quarter). CAMPBELL OF 
Calder. 

Or, on a fess az. three buckles of 
the first (4th quarter), all within a 
bordure engrailed or. John Camp- 
bell OF Moy, Sheriff Depute of 
Argyle. 

Or, on a fess az. three buckles of the 
first (4th quarter), all within a bordure 
engrailed gu. Archibald Campbell, 
W.S. 

Paly of six arg. and sa. on a fess 
of the first three mullets of the second, 
a mullet for difference. Thomas 
Jaffray, writer, Edinburgh. 1 

Vert, on a fess arg. three mascles 
sa. Don of Newton. 

Vert, on a fess arg. three mascles 
sa. within a bordure of the second. 
Patrick Don, Bailie of Kelso. 
(6) On a Fess and in chief ... or 
on a chief . . . 



Arg. on a fess sa. six 



lozenges 



pierced or, and in base a crescent gu., 
on a chief az. three mullets of the field. 
Andrew of Clockmilne. 

Arg. on a fess engrailed az. three 
mullets of the field, in chief a sphinx 
ppr., all within a bordure as the fess 
gu. Moore of Corswall (1851). 

Arg. on a fess az. three crescents or, 
in chief a robin redbreast ppr. John 
Blackie, Lord Provost of Glasgow 
(1866). 

Arg. on a fess az. three crescents or, 
in chief a wolf's head erased gu. 
Robert Blackie, Glasgow (1887). 

Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils 
of the field, and on a canton in the 
dexter chief point az. a ship at anchor, 
her sails furled, within the royal tres- 

1 For Jaffray of Dilspro, Kingswells, and 
David and Thomas Jeffrey, Edinburgh, see 
under title Paly. 

H 



9 s 



FESS 



Fess — continued. 

sure or ( i st and 4th quarters). Robert 
Boswell, Lyon Depute (1773). 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets of 
the field, in chief a fleur de lys gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters) ; over all in the 
centre of the four quarters a spur-revel 
of six points gu. John Laing Wier 
(sic) (1801). 

Arg. on a fess sa. three cinquefoils 
of the field, and on a dexter canton az. 
a ship at anchor, sails furled, within a 
double tressure flory counter-dory or 
(1st and 4th quarters). BOSWELL OF 

AUCHINLECK (1809). 

Or, on a fess az. three fraises arg., 
in chief a serpent gliding in pale of 
the second, armed and langued gu. 
James Cuthbert (1778), confirmed 
to Charles Alfred Cuthbert 
(1862). 

(7) On a Fess and in base . . . 

Arg. on a fess az. three mullets or, 
in base a book expanded ppr. Mr. 
James Muir, Parson of Philorth. 

Arg. on a fess sa. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first, in base a 
rose gu. Blane of Blanefield 
(1809). 

Or, on a fess engrailed az. three 
mullets arg., in base a crescent gu. 
Durham of Ardounie. 

Or, on a fess az. three mullets arg., 
in base a crescent gu. Durham of 
Grange. 

(8) On a Fess between . . . 

Arg. on a fess az. between three 
crosses in chief and as many peascods 
in base gu. a sword bar-ways of the 
first. Robert Collison, gentleman 
in H.M. Guard of Horse. 

Arg. on a fess wavy between three 
escutcheons gu. an otter's head erased 
of the first, within a bordure of the 
same. Thomas Hay, writer, Edin- 
burgh. 

Arg. on a fess between three mullets 
az. a boar's head erased of the first. 
Knight of Oldtowncorsby. 

Arg. on a fess between three fleurs 
de lys az. as many buckles or. LESLIE 

OF TULLOCH. 

Arg. on a fess az. between two cross 



Fess — continued. 

crosslets of the second three buckles 
or. Leslie of Kincraigie. 

Arg. on a fess az. between two cross 
crosslets fitche"e sa. and a dexter hand 
couped grasping a sword in pale ppr. 
three mullets of the first, within a 
bordure engrailed of the second. 
Sharp of Hoddam. 

Arg. on a fess az. between two cross 
crosslets fitchee sa. and a dexter hand 
couped grasping a sword in pale gu. 
three mullets of the field. Sharp of 
Houston. 

Arg. on a fess between three 
crescents sa. a garb or, banded gu. 
Yule of Darleith. 

Arg. on a fess sa. between two cres- 
cents in chief and a saltire couped in 
base gu. a garb or. Yule of Ley- 
houses. 

Arg. on a fess between three bay 
leaves vert a primrose or. Foulis 
OF Ravelston (patent 1 67 1, regis- 
tered 1824). 

Arg. on a fess az. between two cross 
crosslets fitchee sa. and a dexter hand 
couped grasping a sword in pale gu. 
three mullets of the field, all within a 
bordure embattled of the second. 
Captain Walter Sharp (1693). 

Arg. on a fess vert between three 
escallops az. as many cinquefoils of 
the first. Heriot of Ramornie 
(1st matric. 1772, 2nd do. 1814). 

Arg. on a fess gu. between three 
fetterlocks az. a mullet or, all within a 
bordure of the third. John Grieve, 
M.D. (1784). 

Arg. on a fess gu. between three 
fetterlocks az. a mullet or, within a 
bordure engrailed of the third. James 
Tamesz Grieve, Moscow (1784). 

Arg. on a fess az. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee in chief sa. and 
a crescent in base gu. three mullets 
of the field, within a bordure invected 
of the fourth. Francis Sharp (1785). 

Arg. on a fess az. between two 
cross crosslets fitchee in chief sa. and 
a dexter hand couped fess-ways in 
base holding a dagger in pale gu. 
three mullets of the field, within a 



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99 



FeSS — continued. 

bordure embattled of the fourth. 
Stephen Shairp (1787). 

Arg. on a fess az. between three 
bulls' heads couped behind the ears gu. 
as many mascles or. BlSLAND OF 
AUCHINTORLIE (1797). 

Arg. on a fess sa. between three 
mullets of six points az. as many 
escallops or. Innes of Lochalsh 
(1811). 

Arg. on a fess vert between a 
demi-lion in chief gu. issuant from the 
fess and a fleur de lys in base az. a 
sword fess-ways ppr. Major-Gen. 
Sir John Mary Chalmers, K.C.B. 

(1815). 

Arg. on a fess crenelle between 
three lions' heads erased gu. a chess 
rook of the first. David Scott, 
Bengal (1824). 

Arg. on a fess sa. between two 
crescents in chief and a saltire couped 
in base gu. a garb between two water- 
bougets or. Col. Udny Yule, C.B., 
H.E.I.C.S. (1824). 

Arg. on a fess az. between three 
bundles of holly vert, each consisting 
of as many leaves slipped, banded gu., 
three mullets of the first. IRVING OF 
Newton (1827). 

Arg. on a fess between two annulets 
in chief and two crosiers saltire-ways 
in base sa. three mullets of the first, 
within a bordure gu. Fogo OF Row 
(1830). 

Arg. on a fess between a crescent 
in chief gu. and a unicorn's head 
erased in base sa. three mullets or. 
Thurburn of Murtle (1841). 

Arg. on a fess gu. a saltire of the 
first, surmounted of two swords chev- 
ron-ways ppr., piercing a heart in chief 
of the second, and in base a cinque- 
foil az. Pearson of Bielside 
(1856). 

Arg-. on a fess az. between two 
roses in chief and one in base gu., 
barbed vert, a shakefork between two 
mullets of the first. James Morton, 
merchant, Greenock (1857). 

Arg. on a fess sa. between two keys 
adossed in chief az. and three lance- 



Fess — continued. 

heads pale-ways, points upwards, in 
base of the last a saltire engrailed 
couped of the first. Richard Hud- 
son Beattie (1858). 

Arg. on a fess sa. between two 
cross crosslets in chief of the second 
and in base a demi-lion rampant gu. 
issuing out of a bar wavy az. three 
escallops or. HUGHAN OF AlRDS 
(1862). 

Arg. on a fess between a crescent 
in chief gu. and a unicorn's head 
erased in base sa. a mullet between 
two cushions or. Hugh Thurburn, 
London (1864). 

Arg. on a fess between three annu- 
lets az. as many crescents of the first. 
William Young Craig, coal pro- 
prietor, Cheshire (1874). 

Arg. on a fess wavy gu. between 
three hunting-horns sa., garnished 
and stringed vert, two mullets of 
the first. FORRESTER OF CARBETH 
(1874). 

Arg. on a fess indented between 
three crescents gu. as many garbs or. 
Mrs. Charlotte Mary Blyth or 
Fleming [of Clayquhat] (1877). 

Arg. on a fess between a boar's 
head erased in chief and two mullets 
in base az. a crescent of the first. 
Rocheid of Inverleith, co. Mid- 
lothian (1884). 

Arg. on a fess az. between three 
escutcheons vert as many crescents 
or. Anthony George Shiell, 
barrister-at-law (1884). 

Arg. on a fess sa. between two 
thistles in chief ppr. and a garb in base 
gu., banded or, three cinquefoils of the 
field (1st and 4th quarters). Bos- 

WELL OF BLACKADDER (1784). 

Arg. on a fess between two boars' 
heads erased az. three buckles or (ist 
and 4th quarters of i st and 4th grand 
quarters). Forbes Leslie of Rothie 
(1862). 

Arg. on a fess az. between three 
primroses gu. as many mullets or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Primrose 
of Dalmeny (1693). 

Az. on a fess between three pheons 



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Fess — continued. 

arg. a stag couchant gu., attired with 
ten tynes or. Davidson of Balgay. 

Az. on a fess couped arg. between 
three pheons or a buck couchant gu., 
- attired sa. Davidson of Carn- 
brogie. 

Az. on a fess arg. between three 
pheons or a buck couchant gu., attired 
sa. Davidson of Curriehill. 

Az. on a fess arg. between a lion's 
head erased in chief and a mullet in 
base of the second three round 
buckles gu. King of Newmiln. 

Az. on a fess between three mascles 
arg. as many cinquefoils of the first. 
PURVES OF that Ilk ( i st matric. 
1673, 2nd do. 1772). 

Az. on a fess arg. between a ship, 
sails furled, oars in saltire, in chief of 
the second, and in base a globe ppr., 
and two anchors saltire -ways arg., 
three mascles of the first. NUCCOL 
(NICOL), Alloa (1733). 

Az. on a fess wavy or between 
three pheons arg. a buck couchant 
gu., attired sa. DAVIDSON OF Hall- 

TREE (1758). 

Az. on a fess arg. between three 
pheons, points downwards, or, a buck 
couchant gu., within a bordure of the 
third. Davidson of Cantray (1 788). 

Az. on a fess arg. between two 
mullets in chief and a garb in base or 
a fieurde lys gu. Waugh of Lark- 
hall (1790). 

Az. on a fess between a lion's head 
erased in chief and a mullet in base 
arg. three buckles gu. King OF 
Lessmurdie (18 10). 

Az. on a fess arg. between three 
hawks' heads erased or a moors 
head sa. John Stephenson, Lon- 
don (18 1 2). 

Az. on a fess between the sun in 
his splendour and three bees volant in 
fess or three fleurs de lys of the field. 
Rogerson of Wamphray (18 18). 

Az. on a fess between an increscent 
and decrescent in chief arg. and in 
base a branch of palm slipped of the 
last three spear-heads gu. NlVEN 
of Kirkbride (1842). 



Fess — continued. 

Az. on a fess between a lion's head 
erased in chief arg. and a boar's head 
couped beneath two water-bougets in 
base or three round buckles gu. Rev. 
William Hutchinson King (1845). 

Az. on a fess between a lion ram- 
pant in chief arg. and a garb in base 
or a ship in full sail on the sea, be- 
tween a thistle and a stalk of sugar- 
cane, both slipped, all ppr., within a 
bordure gyronny of eight of the third 
and sa. John M'Ewan, sugar mer- 
chant, Glasgow (1847). 

Az. on a fess between a lion's head 
erased in chief arg. and a water-bouget 
in base or three round buckles gu. 
The Rev. S. W. King, M.A. (1867). 

Az. on a fess arg. between a lion's 
head erased in chief and two billets 
in base or three round buckles of 
the first. John King of Campsie 
(1869). 

Az. on a fess arg. between two fleurs 
de lys in chief and a crab in base 
or a hunting-horn sa., garnished and 
stringed of the field. John Crabbie, 
merchant, Leith (1873). 

Az. on a fess between two esquires' 
helmets plumed in chief and a fraise 
in base arg. a saltire sa. John 
Trayner, advocate, Edinburgh (1878). 

Az. on a fess arg. between three 
fetterlocks or a mullet sa. Charles 
John Grieve, Branxholm Park, co. 
Roxburgh (1882). 

Az. on a fess between three bells or 
as many martlets sa. Thomas Bell 
yr. OF Rossie, co. Perth (1886). 

Az. on a fess between three crosses 
patee arg. a cross crosslet fitchee of 
the first, within a bordure parted per 
pale of the second and or. William 
M'Combie DUGUID, Aberdeen (1890). 

Az. on a fess arg. between three 
crosses moline or five ermine spots. 
Miss Caroline Maria Maine 
(1890). 

Az. on a fess arg. between two 
fetterlocks in chief and a stag's head 
cabossed in base or a crescent of the 
first. Frederick J. Mackenzie 
Grieve, R.N. (1891). 



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Fess — continued. 

Az. on a fess arg. between two 
fetterlocks in chief and a stag's head 
cabossed in base or a mullet of the. 
first. John A. Mackenzie Grieve, 
RA. (i 89 1). 

Az. on a fess arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or a wolf's head 
couped sa. (1st quarter). JOHN 
Gordon, South Carolina (1776). 

Az. on a fess between three lozenges 
or a beaton leaf slipped vert (1st and 
4th quarters). Bethune of Nether- 

TARVIT. 

Az. on a fess arg. between three 
mullets in chief and a wild boar passant 
in base of the second a boar's head 
couped gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Nasmyth of Posso. 

Az. on a fess between three 
mascles arg. as many cinquefoils of 
the first (3rd quarter for Purves of 
that Ilk) ; over all on an escutcheon 
arg. an orange crowned and slipped 
ppr. Sir William Purves Hume 
Campbell of Marchmont and 
Purves (18 13). 

Erm. on a fess between three 
annulets gu. as many crescents or. 
Robert Young Craig, merchant, 
Glasgow (1867). 

Gu. on a fess between a bow and 
arrow in full draught in chief and 
three legs couped at the thigh in base 
arg. a lion's head erased sa. Sir 
Andrew Birnie, advocate. 

Gu. on a fess between a bow and 
arrow in full draught in chief and 
three armed legs couped at the thigh 
in base arg. a lion's head erased sa., 
a crescent for difference. ALEX- 
ANDER Birnie, advocate. 

Gu. on a fess nebuly arg. between 
six billets or a rose slipped gu. 
Alexander Chaplain, W.S. 

Gu. on a fess arg. between three 
mullets or as many Cornish kaes sa., 
beaked and membered of the first. 
Cornwall of Bonhard. 

Gu. on a fess erm. between three 
mullets arg. two crescents interlaced 
of the field. Crawfurd of Ard- 
millan. 



Fess — continued. 

Gu. on a fess erm. between three 
mullets in chief arg. and two swords 
saltire-ways ppr. in base, a crescent az. 
for difference surmounted of another. 1 
Crawfurd of Carsburn( 1 st matric.) 
Gu. on a fess erm. between three 
mullets in chief arg. and two swords 
saltire-ways ppr. in base, a crescent 
az. for difference. Crawfurd of 

JORDANHILL. 

Gu. on a fess or between three fetter- 
locks arg. a mullet az. Grierson of 
Lag. 

Gu. on a fess between three 
cinquefoils arg. a man's heart ppr. 
Hamilton of Cairnes. 

Gu. on a fess between three boars' 
heads erased arg. a man's heart ppr. 
enclosed within a fetterlock sa. 
James Lockhart, one of H.M. 
Heralds. 

Gu. on a fess erm. between three 
mullets in chief and a castle triple- 
towered in base arg., masoned sa., 
a lozenge of the first. Thomas Kin- 
CAID, surgeon apothecary, Edinburgh. 

Gu. on a fess arg. between two 
garbs in chief and a plough in base 
or three trefoils slipped vert. 
Dreghorn of Ruchhill (1763). 

Gu. on a fess arg. between three 
antique crowns or a lion passant 
guardant of the first, imperially 
crowned ppr. GRANT OF Shewglie 
(2nd matric. 1 796). 

Gu. on a fess between three antique 
crowns or a lion passant guardant of 
the first, imperially crowned ppr. 
between two cinquefoils of the field. 
Lord Glenelg (1835). 

Gu. on a fess arg. between three 
wolves' heads erased of the second a 
galley, oars in saltire, sa., flagged of 
the first. George Robertson, 
Deputy Keeper of the Records, Edin- 
burgh (1846). 

Gu. on a fess between two fetter- 
locks in chief and a boar's head 
erased in base or a mullet az. 

1 Note in Register. — The brotherly difference 
above is taken away, and in lieu thereof a 
bordure wavy of the third is added. 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

Henry Grierson of Milton Park, 
co. Kirkcudbright (1875). 

Gu. on a fess between three wolves' 
heads erased arg. two roses of the 
first. James Peter Robertson of 
Foreshores, co. Argyll (1889). 

Gu. on a fess arg. between a demi- 
lion rampant in chief or and a canoe 
of the last with four men rowing ppr., 
in the bow a flag of the second 
flowing toward the dexter, inscribed 
with the letters N.W. sa., in base a 
hammer surmounted of a nail in sal- 
tire of the last. Sir Donald Alex- 
ander Smith, K.C.M.G. (1890). 

Gu. on a fess between three 
escutcheons or a boar's head couped 
between two mascles of the first. 
Mutter of Bunanuisg, co. Argyll 

(1891). 

Gu. on a fess between three cushions 
arg. a mullet of the first (4th quarter). 
Erskine of Tinwall (1737). 

Or, on a fess az. between two 
crescents, the upper inverted, gu. 
three mullets arg. Durham of 
Duntarvie. 

Or, on a fess between three crosses 
patee in chief gu. and a mullet in base 
az. as many besants. Mercer of 
Aldie. 

Or, on a fess between three crosses 
patee in chief gu. and a mullet in 
base az. as many besants, within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
eight annulets of the first. Mercer 
of Eastern ewton. 

Or, on a fess between three crosses 
patde in chief gu. and a mullet in 
base az. as many besants, all within 
a bordure indented of the second. 
Mercer of Salineshaw. 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief and a galley, 
oars in saltire, in base sa. a saltire 
arg. Richardson of Smeaton. 

Or, on a fess indented (az. ?) be- 
tween a bull's head couped in chief 
and a galley, oars in saltire, in base 
sa. a saltire arg. John Richardson, 
writer, Edinburgh. 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 



Fess— continued. 

head couped in chief sa. and a 
thistle in base vert a saltire arg. 
William Richardson. 

Or, on a fess between three cross 
crosslets fitchee gu. as many mullets 
arg. Tulloch OF Tannachie. 

Or, on a fess az. between three 
boars' heads erased gu. two keys in 
saltire of the first. URQUHART OF 
BURDSYARDS (1766). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief sa. and in base 
a ship at anchor, sails furled, her hull 
on fire ppr., a saltire arg. Captain 
George Richardson, H.E.I.C.S. 
(1768). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief sa. and a galley 
in base, oars in saltire, of the last, 
flagged gu., a saltire couped arg. Sir 
James Richardson of Bellmount, 
Jamaica (1783). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief sa. and a galley 
in base, oars in saltire, of the last, 
flagged gu., a saltire couped arg., all 
within a bordure of the fourth. 
John Richardson, barrister-at-law 

(1784). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief sa. and a 
hawthorn tree issuing out of a mount 
in base ppr. a saltire arg. Richard- 
son of Keithock (1793). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief and a galley in 
base, oars in saltire, sa., flagged gu., a 
saltire arg. charged with a crescent 
of the fourth. Richardson of Pit- 
four (1st matric. 1808). 

Or, on a fess between two cross 
crosslets fitche'e in chief and a lion 
rampant in base gu. three mullets 
arg. Tulloch of Elliestoun 
(1808). 

Or, on a fess engrailed az. between 
a bull's head couped in chief and a 
galley, oars in saltire, in base sa. two 
fleurs de lys arg., all within a bor- 
dure gu. charged with eight besants. 
Ralph Richardson, merchant, Edin- 
burgh (1836). 



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103 



Fess — continued. 

Or, on a fess between three crosses 
patee in chief gu. and a mullet of six 
points in base az. as many besants, 
within a bordure of the third. Mer- 
cer OF FORDELL HOUSE (1853). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief and a galley in 
base, oars in action, sa., flagged gu., 
a saltire couped between two unicorns 
trippant arg. Richardson of Rals- 
ton (1858). 

Or, on a fess wavy az. between a 
demi-lion sa. holding in his dexter 
paw a sword in chief ppr., and in 
base three roses gu., barbed and 
seeded vert, a fleur de lys of the first. 
Chambers ofGlenormiston(i 863). 
Or, on a fess between three crosses 
patde in chief gu. and a mullet in base 
az. three besants ; on a canton of the 
second a boar's head couped of the 
field. Mercer of Huntingtower 
(1864). 

Or, on a fess gu. between two 
crosses patde fitchee of the second in 
chief and a salmon naiant in base ppr. 
a mural crown of the first. Peter 
Stewart Macliver, Bristol (1867). 
Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief sa. and in base 
a galley, oars in action, of the last, 
flagged gu., a saltire couped between 
two unicorns trippant arg., within a 
bordure of the second. Richardson 
of Hartfield (1869). 

Or, on a fess gu. between three 
goats' heads erased sa. two cross 
crosslets fitchee of the first. Robert 
Bartholomew, merchant, Glasgow 
(1869). 

Or, on a fess az. between two spur- 
revels in chief and a hunting-horn 
stringed in base sa. a water-bouget of 
the first. James Burness, merchant, 
London (1873). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief and a galley, oars 
in action, in base sa., flagged gu., a 
saltire couped between two unicorns 
trippant arg., within a bordure of the 
fourth. George Wood Richardson, 
Kirn, co. Argyll (1878). 



Fess — continued. 

Or, on a fess between three crosses 
patee in chief gu. and a mullet in 
base az. as many besants within a 
bordure indented of the second (1st 
and 4th quarters). Tod-Mercer of 
Scotsbank, co. Selkirk (1884). 

Or, on a fess az. between a bull's 
head couped in chief sa. and a galley 
in base, oars in saltire, of the last, 
flagged gu., a saltire couped arg. (1st 
and 6th quarters). Richardson of 
Pitfour (2nd matric. 1826, 3rd do. 

1837). 

Or, on a fess gu. between three 
crosses patee in chief of the second and 
a mullet az. in base three besants (1st 
and 4th quarters of 2nd grand quar- 
ter) ; on an escutcheon of pretence 
over Marchioness of Lansdowne 
and Baroness Nairne (1878). 

Or, on a fess gu. between three 
crosses patee in chief of the second 
and a star of six points in base az. 
three besants of the field, all within a 
bordure of the third (2nd quarter for 
Mercer). The Hon. Hew A. D. 
H. Haldane Duncan Mercer- 
Henderson (1882). 

Or, on a fess between three crosses 
patde in chief gu. and a mullet in base 
az. as many besants within a bordure 
az. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Alex- 
ander Campbell, Peru (1762). 

Sa. on a fess between three mascles 
or a star of six points wavy az. (1st 
and 4th quarters). MITCHELL OF 
Stow (1866). 

Sa. on a fess between three mascles 
or three mullets gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Mitchell Innes of Par- 
sons Green (1840). 

Vert, on a fess wavy between three 
boars' heads arg. as many quatrefoils 
of the first. WHYTHEAD OF ISLES OF 
ALLO. 

Vert, on a fess dancetty arg. three 
mullets gu., in the middle chief a 
deer's head cabossed, surmounted of 
a pheon, point downwards, or, and in 
base between two escallops a pheon, 
point upwards, of the last ; in a dexter 
canton of the second a lion rampant 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

of the third. DUFF OF DRUMMUIR 
(1750?). 

Vert, on a fess arg. between three 
crescents or as many mascles sa. 
Lieut.-Gen. George Don (18 10). 

Vert, on a fess dancetty erm. be- 
tween a stag's head cabossed in chief 
and two escallops in base or a mullet 
gu. Sir James Duff, Consul at 
Cadiz (1 8 1 3). 

Vert, on a fess arg. between a cat- 
a-mountain sejant guardant in chief 
and a dexter hand couped holding a 
dagger erect in base ppr. three holly 
leaves of the field (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Gow - Steuart of Little 
Colonsay (1864). 
(9) Parted per Fess . . . 

Parted per fess arg. and sa. a chevron 
between three cinquefoils, two in chief 
and one in base, all counter-changed. 
Balnavis of Carnbadie. 

Parted per fess engrailed az. and gu. 
three covered cups, two in chief and one 
in base or. Butler of Kirkland. 
Parted per fess az. and sa. a ship 
under sail or, masts, sails, and tackling 
ppr. John Craik, Fraserburgh. 

Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief 
three bears' heads couped of the second, 
muzzled gu., and in base as many uni- 
corns' heads erased sa. Forbes of 
Ballogie. 

Parted per fess engrailed or and az. 
a galley of the first, mast, oars, and 
tackling ppr., between a hand couped 
fess-ways holding a dagger in pale, in 
the dexter chief point and in the 
sinister a cross crosslet fitchee gu., all 
within a bordure of the last. David 
Gillies, alias Macpherson. 

Parted per fess or and arg. three 
demi-pallets gu., in base a heart ppr. 
Keith of Tilligonie. 

Parted per fess gu. and sa. a cup arg. 
with a garland issuing out of the top 
between two laurel branches vert. 
Lowrie of Plainstones. 

Parted per fess wavy az. and or, in 
chief a lion rampant arg. gorged with 
an antique crown vert. M'Dowall 
of Neilsland. 



Fess — continued. 

Parted per fess az. and or, in chief 
a lion rampant arg. gorged with an 
antique crown vert, in base a garb . . . 
Macewan of Muckly. 

Parted per fess or and az. a galley of 
the first, mast, oars, and tackling ppr., 
flagged (gu.?), between a hand couped 
fess-ways holding a dagger in pale in 
the dexter chief point and a cross cross- 
let fitchee gu. in the sinister, within a 
bordure of the last. M'Pherson OF 
Invereshie. 

Parted per fess invected or and az. a 
galley of the first, mast, oars, and 
tackling ppr., flagged (gu. ?), between a 
hand couped fess-ways holdingadagger 
in pale in the dexter chief point and 
a cross crosslet fitchee in the sinister 
gu. M'Pherson of Pitmain. 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory and counter-changed of 
the second and first, armed and langued 
az. Earl of Middleton. 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant within a bordure nebuly, all 
counter - changed. Captain Law- 
rence Middleton. 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion ram- 
pant within a bordure embattled, all 
counter-changed. Captain Robert 
Middleton. 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant of the first counter-changed 
(?), within a bordure indented of the 
second. John Middleton, M.A., 
Rector of Cricksey, Essex. 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant counter-changed, holding in 
his dexter paw an astrolob ppr. John 
Middleton, Fraserburgh. 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant within a bordure engrailed 
and counter- changed of the same. 
David Middleton, surgeon, London. 
Parted per fess wavy gu. and arg. 
three crescents counter - changed. 
Laurence Oliphant, writer, Edin- 
burgh. 

Parted per fess or and gu., in chief a 
bend sa. charged with a mullet of six 
points between two crescents, and in 



FESS 



105 



Fess — continued. 

base an eagle's leg couped at the 
thigh in pale, all of the first. James 
Scott (Holland). 

Parted per fess wavy gu. and arg. ; 
over all a lion passant sa. pierced with 
a dagger ppr., hafted and pommelled 
of the second, the haft appearing 
between the shoulders and the point 
under the belly, tending towards the 
hind legs. Small of Corrihall. 

Parted per fess or and az. a galley 
of the first, masts, oars, and tackling 
ppr., flagged gu., in the dexter chief 
point a hand couped fess-ways holding 
a dagger pale-ways, and in the sinister 
a cross crosslet fitchee of the third. 
Macpherson of Cluny (1st matric. 
1672, 2nd do. 1873). 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant holding in his dexter paw a 
shakefork sa., within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory, all counter-changed. 
George Middleton, advocate, yr. 
of Seton (1737) [impaling Grey']. 

Parted per fess two landscapes, " the 
first holding a wild Indian at full 
draught, (sic) his bow bent marking at 
a stag standing at full gaze regardant 
proper;" (the second holding) "the 
emblem of the earth, and in base 
the emblem of water with a ship under 
sail, within sight of and making towards 
a distant land representing America." 
Robert Dinwiddie, North America 

(i75i). 

Parted per fess undy arg. and vert, 
an oak tree eradicated in chief and a 
salmon naiant in base ppr. (4th 
quarter). John Michie, London 
(1761). 

Parted per fess wavy or and gu. a 
lion rampant within a bordure nebuly, 
all counter-changed. Peter Middle- 
ton, M.D. (1768). 

Parted per fess wavy or and gu. a 
lion rampant parted of the same 
direction of the last and arg. Drum- 
mond of Megginch (1st matric. 
1788). 

Parted per fess wavy or and gu. 
James Drummond, London (1791). 

Parted per fess erm. and or, four 



Fess — continui </. 

fleurs de lys in cross az. surmounted of 
a cross of the last edged of the field 
between four spur- revels gu., the 
cross charged in the centre with 
two greyhounds' heads addorsed or. 
Catherine Aitken, second daughter 
and co-heiress of Charles Aitken of 
the island of St. Croix (1804). 

Parted per fess wavy or and gu., in 
chief a lion rampant of the last. 
Drummond of Megginch (2nd 
matric. 1805). 

Parted per fess wavy or and gu., in 
chief a martlet sa. Lieut.-Gen. Sir 
Gordon Drummond, K.C.B. (18 16). 

Parted per fess or and sa. a lion 
rampant counter-changed, on a can- 
ton gu. an Esculapian staff in pale 
with a serpent wreathed round it arg. 
John M'Whirter, M.D., H.E.I.C.S. 

(1824). 

Parted per fess wavy or and gu. 
Col. John Drummond, co. Glouces- 
ter (1846). 

Parted per fess az. and or a galley 
of the first, mast, oars, and tackling 
ppr., flagged gu., pennant arg., in the 
dexter chief a hand couped fess-ways 
holding a dagger in pale and in the 
sinister chief a cross crosslet fitchee, 
both of the second, within a bordure 
counter-changed of the last and first. 
M'Pherson of Garbity (1854). 

Parted per fess arg. and sa., in chiet 
a martlet of the second, in base a fir 
tree growing out of a mount sur- 
mounted by a sword in bend dexter, 
supporting on its point an antique 
crown or. M'Kirdy OF BlRKWOOD" 
(1856). 

Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief 
a martlet or between two mullets of 
the second, and in base a ship in full 
sail on the-sea between a garb and a 
thistle ppr., on a chief of the third 
three pallets gu. (and on a canton 
erm. the decoration of the Legion ot 
Honour). DlCKSON of CLOCKS- 

BRIGGS AND RESCOBIE (1856). 

Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief 
three broad arrows in pale, points 
downwards, or, and in base a cross 



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FESS 



Fess — continued. 

raguly gu. charged in the centre 
with a saltire of the third. Captain 
J. H. Lawrence Archer (1858). 

Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief 
a martlet or between two mullets of 
the second, and in base a ship in full 
sail on the sea between a garb and a 
thistle ppr., on a chief of the third 
three pallets gu., all within a bordure 
of the second. DICKSON OF WOOD- 

VILLE (1864). 

Parted per fess arg. and az. on a 
bend a mullet between two crescents, all 
counter-changed. John Scott, M.D., 
London (1864). 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant counter-changed, within a 
bordure az. John Middleton, 
merchant, Glasgow (1864). 

Parted per fess wavy az. and or, in 
chief a sword arg., point downward, 
in base a galley sa. in full sail of the 
third, flags and pennons gu. MACFIE 
OF LANGHOUSE (1864). 

Parted per fess vert and or, a fess 
dancetty erm. between a stag's head 
cabossed in chief of the second and 
two laurel leaves in base of the 
first. Thomas Duff, Richmond, co. 
Surrey (1865). 

Parted per fess arg. and erm. a 
bend sa. between a unicorn's head 
erased in chief and a cross crosslet 
fitchee in base gu. Dennistoun of 

GOLFHILL (1865). 

Parted per fess vert and arg. a lion 
rampant counter-changed. HUME OF 

AUCHINDOLLY (1867). 

Parted per fess nebuly az. and or, 
in chief a sword arg., point down- 
wards, and in base a galley sa. under 
sail of the third, flags and pennons gu. 
Macfie of Dreghorn (1867). 

Parted per fess gu. and arg., in chief 
a martlet or between two mullets of 
the second, and in base a ship in full 
sail in the sea between a garb and a 
thistle ppr., on a chief of the third 
three pallets of the first, all within a 
bordure of the same. John Far- 
quhar Dickson, Panbride House, 
co. Forfar (1867). 



Fess — continued. 

Parted per fess arg. and vert, three 
hunting-horns counter-changed, gar- 
nished and stringed gu. Alexander 
John Hunter, Manchester (1868). 

Parted per fess erm. and sa. a 
chevron wavy or. Charles Neaves 
(1869). 

Parted per fess gu. and sa. on a 
bend arg. three crescents az. Napier 
of West Shandon (1869). 

Parted per fess wavy az. and arg. 
a saltire engrailed counter-changed. 
Andrew Watters, Midlothian 
(1870). 

Parted per fess arg. and or, on a 
fess cotised az. three mullets of the 

first. MUIR OF ARDENVOHR (1872). 

Parted per fess arg. and gu. two 
mullets in chief and a stag's head 
cabossed in base counter-changed. 
James Rodger Thomson (1874). 

Parted per fess wavy or and az. 
two hunting-horns in chief vert, 
garnished and stringed gu., and in 
base an anchor arg. Andrew 
Galloway Hunter, Dean Burn, co. 
Roxburgh (1875). 

Parted per fess in chief chequy or 
and vert, in base gu., the latter charged 
with a lion rampant arg., on a canton 
of the last a rose of the third, barbed 
of the second. Rev. Andrew Wal- 
lace MlLROY OF FORTHSIDE, CO. 
Stirling (1876). 

Parted per fess or and sa. a cup 
arg., and issuing therefrom a garland 
between two branches of laurel ppr. 
Mrs. Bethia Lillie Laurie or 
Scott, Mrs. Isabella Crawford 
Laurie or Cunninghame, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Margaret Laurie or 
Mutrie (1877). 

Parted per fess arg. and az. a 
saltire wavy counter-changed between 
a castle triple-towered sa., masoned 
arg., and thereon a redbreast ppr. in 
chief and an otter's head erased of 
the first in base. James David 
Marwick, Town Clerk, Glasgow 

(1877). 

Parted per fess arg. and az. a stag's 
head cabossed counter-changed, in the 



FESS 



107 



Fess — continued. 

dexter chief point a holly leaf ppr. 
Fitz Arundell Mackenzie, Win- 
chester (1879). 

Parted per fess arg. and az. a two- 
masted ship or, sails furled, masts 
and rigging ppr. Omond OF Car- 
NESS, co. Orkney (1882). 

Parted per fess or and arg. a 
galley, sails furled, sa., on a shield gu. 
pendant therefrom on the sinister side 
a trefoil of the second. M'EacharN- 
OF Goathland, co. York (1883). 

Parted per fess or and arg. a fess 
chequy az. and of the second sur- 
mounted of a bend gu., in base a 
galley, oars in action, sa. Stuart 
OF Eriska, co. Argyll (1884). 

Parted per fess sa. and arg. a lion 
rampant counter- changed. The 
Rev. Joseph Haythorne Edgar 
(1885). 

Parted per fess wavy or and az. an 
ancient three-masted ship of the first, 
sails furled, masts and rigging ppr., 
flags and pennons gu., each having a 
canton of the second charged with a 
saltire arg. Royal Burgh of Kirk- 
wall (1 886). 

Parted per fess gu. and az. three 
salmon haurient in fess, each with a 
ring in his mouth or, in base a boar's 
head erased of the last. SPROT OF 
Riddell, co. Roxburgh (1886). 

Parted per fess or and arg. a fess 
chequy az. and of the second between 
a galley, oars in action, sa., flagged gu. 
in chief, and a saltire couped in base 
of the fourth. Thomas P. A. Stuart, 
M.D., Sydney, N.S.W. (1887). 

Parted per fess or and gu. a lion 
rampant counter-changed, within a 
bordure vert. John Shearer Mid- 
dleton, merchant, India (1889). 

Parted per fess az. and or, in chief 
an imperial crown of the second, 
crowning a thistle in base ppr. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Sandilands of 
Cowstoun. 

Parted per fess az. and or, in chief 
a burning cup between two chess 
rooks of the last, and in base a saltire 
of the first between four crescents gu. 



Fess — continued. 

(1st and 4th quarters). William 
Smith, Clerk of H.M. Chancery 

(1763). 

Parted per fess or and erm. a fess 
gu., a serpent in pale in chief vert 
(1st and 4th quarters). JAMES 
Cuthbert, Australia (1869). 

Parted per fess az. and sa. a castle 
with four towers arg., the porch open 
and windows of the second (3rd 
quarter of 1 st and 4th grand quarters). 
Chrystie Miller of Craigentinny 
(2nd matric. 1868). 

Party per fess or and az. a galley 
of the first, masts, sails, and tackling 
ppr., in the dexter chief point a dexter 
hand couped in fess holding a dagger 
in pale gu., in the sinister a cross 
patee fitchde of the last (2nd quarter). 
William Ogilvie, heir-male of Mil- 
toun and heir of line of Macpherson 
of Pettigown (1779). 

Parted per fess arg. and sa., on a 
chevron counter - changed between 
two torteaux in chief and a plate in 
base a fleur de lys gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Carnegy OF KlNGFAUNS. 

Parted per fess wavy or and gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). William 
Smith, Clerk of H.M. Chancery 

(1763). 

Parted per fess or and az. a galley of 
the first, mast, oars, and tacklings 
ppr., between a hand couped fess- ways 
holding a dagger in pale in the dexter 
chief point, and in the sinister a cross 
crosslet fitche'e, within a bordure gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Macpher- 
son Grant of Ballindalloch 
(1806). 

Parted per fess arg. and az., in 
chief two bears' paws in saltire ppr. 
and in base three cinquefoils arg. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for G ron oj 
CJiristiansund 1 '), all within a bordure 
chequy az. and arg. Leslie of 
Denlugas (18 14). 

Parted per fess, dovetailed erm. and 
sa., three falcons belled counter- 
changed (2nd and 3rd quarters for 

1 Afterwards borne on an escutcheon en 
surtout. See note in Register without date. 



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FESS— FISHES, GARVINE 



Fess — continued. 

Thompson). John Leveson Douglas 
Stewart, younger of Nateby 
Hall, co. Lancaster (1867). 

Parted per fess gu. and arg. six 
martlets counter- changed (2nd and 
3rd quarters). FENWlCK-BlSSET OF 
Lessendrum (1870). 

Parted per fess or and arg. an eagle 
displayed with two heads sa., bearing 
on its breast an escutcheon gu. charged 
with a bend vair (1st and 4th quarters 
[for Bouverie\ of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Bouverie Campbell of 
Dunoon (1869). 

Parted per fess arg. and vert, two 
unicorns' heads couped sa. and 
one arg. gutte gu., all armed or 
(3rd quarter for Goodlatt of Abbots- 
haugh). Goodlatt Campbell of 

ACHLYNE. 

Parted per fess or and az. a lion 
rampant within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory, all counter-changed (3rd 
quarter for Barham). DEAS THOM- 
SON of Norton (18 10). 

Parted per fess az. and sa. a castle 
with four towers arg. (3rd quarter). 
Miller of Craigentinny on escut- 
cheon of pretence over arms of 
Chrystie Miller (1862). 

Parted per fess arg. and sa. a 
chevron between three cinquefoils 
counter-changed (3rd quarter for Bal- 
neavis). Kinloch of Kinloch 

(1873). 

Parted per fess az. and arg., in chief 
three bears' heads couped of the 
second, muzzled gu., and in base as 
many unicorns' heads erased sa. 
(3rd quarter for Forbes of Ballogie). 
Forbes-Leith of Fyvie (1889). 

Parted per fess wavy arg. and vert, 
in the centre a salmon naiant ppr. (4th 
quarter). RONALD (MACDONALD), 
Marquess of Antrim. 

Parted per fess wavy arg. and vert, 
in base a salmon naiant of the first 
(4th quarter), all within a bordure 
quarterly gu. and arg. Mr. Philip 
Macdonald Bowie, Minister at the 
Hague. 

Parted per fess az. and gu. a cross 



chief of 
MUR- 



Fess — continued. 

or (4th quarter for Lort of Stackpole, 
co. Fembroke). Campbell of Cal- 
der (2nd matric. 1722 ?). 

Parted per fess or and az., in chief 
two hawks' heads couped and affrontee 
gu., in base a salmon naiant ppr. (4th 
quarter). MacLean OF COLL (1803). 

Parted per fess arg. and vert, a 
salmon naiant ppr. (4th quarter). 
Macdonald of Craig -na-Gower 

(1875). 

Fetterlock. 

Or, a fetterlock az., on a 
the second three mullets arg 
ray of Blackbarony. 

Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of 
the second three mullets arg., a 
crescent for difference. Richard 
Murray, second son of Blackbarony. 

Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of 
the second three mullets arg., all 
within a bordure indented gu. Mur- 
ray of Livingstone. 

Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of 
the second three mullets arg., within 
a bordure gu. John Murray, eldest 
son of Blackbarony by a second mar- 
riage (1673). 

Or, a fetterlock az., on a chief of 
the second three mullets arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Lord Elibank 
[Murray of Blackbarony] (1843). 

on a chief az. 

:nd and 3rd 

H.M. 



Or, a fetterlock sa., 



{'< 



three mullets arg. 

quarters). Robert Keith, 

Envoy to Russia (1769). 
File — see Label. 
Fish, Salmon. 

Parted per fess wavy arg. and vert, 

in the centre a salmon naiant ppr. (4th 

quarter). RONALD (MACDONALD), 

Marquess of Antrim. 
Fishes (3). 

Az. three fishes counter-salient (in 

fret ?) arg. (2nd quarter). Brown of 

Eccles (1808). 
Fishes, Garvine (3). 

Az. three garvine fishes naiant fess- 

ways in pale arg., the middlemost 

looking to the sinister, the others to the 

dexter. GEORGE GARVINE, writer, 

Irvine. 



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109 



Fishes, Garvine (3) — continued. 

Az. three garvine fishes naiant arg. 
Thomas Garvine, merchant, Edin- 
burgh. 
Fishes, Pikes or Geds (3). 

Az. three geds or pikes haurient 
arg. Ged of that Ilk. 
Flames (3). 

Az. three flames ppr., on a chief arg. 
a thistle vert. Mr. James Smith, 
overseer to H.M. Works in Scotland. 
Az. three flames of fire or, within a 
bordure arg. charged with six chess 
rooks sa. John Smith, Gothenburg 

(1790)- 
Flaming Bush — see Bush. 
Fleece. 

Vert, a fleece of wool ppr. between 
two thistle-heads in chief and a key 
pale-ways in base or. The Company 
of the Cloth Manufactory at 
Newmills (1692). 
Fleece, Golden. 

Az. a golden fleece suspended from 
the top of the shield between three 
spur-revels of six points or, within a 
bordure of the last. 1 Dingwall of 
Rannieston (1792). 
Fleur de lys. 

Arg. a fleur de lys sa., on a chief 
of the second a mullet of the first. 
Alexander Gair, portioner of Nigg. 
Arg. a fleur de lys between three 
mullets within a bordure gu. Glass 
of Sauchie. 

Arg. a fleur de lys between three 
mullets within a bordure engrailed 
gu. George Glass, Rothesay Herald. 
Arg. a fleur de lys vert between 
three mullets gu., all within a bordure 
engrailed of the second. Robert 
Greenlees, M.D. 

Arg. a fleur de lys within a bordure 
az. John Sydeserf, M.D. Syde- 

SERF OF COLLEGEHEAD. 

Arg. a fleur de lys sa., on a chief 
engrailed of the last a mullet of the 
first. Captain William Gair 
(1864). 

1 ' ' And which golden fleece is assigned to 
him as a mark of distinction on account of the 
very essential services done by him to the stock- 
ing trade of the Town and County of Aberdeen. " 



Fleur de lys -continued. 

Arg. a fleur de lys between three 
mullets, within a bordure gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). John Glas, surgeon 
(1S12). 

Az. a fleur de lys between three 
garbs or. Cumming OF Burnt- 
hill. 

Az. a fleur de lys between three 
crescents or (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure engrailed gu. 
Paton of Glenalmond (1809). 

Gu. a fleur de lys or between three 
cinquefoils arg. Hamilton of Bour- 
treehill ( i 77 i ). 
Fleurs de lys (3). 

Arg. three fleurs de lys az. Syde- 
SERF OF ROCHLAW. 

Arg. three fleurs de lys between six 
cross crosslets, 3, 2, and 1, within a 
bordure sa. Sir William Hillary, 
Bart. ( 1 8 1 1 ). 

Arg. semee of cross crosslets fitchee 
three fleurs de lys sa., within a bor- 
dure wavy ermines (3rd quarter for 
Beresford). Francis Colebrooke 
Beresford-Drummond, Lieut. 7th 
Dragoon Guards (1875). 

Az. three fleurs de lys within a bor- 
dure engrailed or, on a canton erm. a 
portcullis of the second. Sir Fred- 
erick Pollock, Lord Chief Baron of 
Exchequer (1847). 

Az. three fleurs de lys within a bor- 
dure embattled or, on a chief of the 
second an eastern crown gu. superin- 
scribed " Khyber," and on a canton 
erm. three cannon fess-ways in pale sa. 
Major-Gen. Sir George Pollock, 
G.C.B. (1847). 

Az. three fleurs de lys within a bor- 
dure engrailed or (1st and 4th quarters 
for Aubigny') ; over all on an es- 
cutcheon arg. a saltire ("some will 
have it engrailed ") between four roses 
gu. Charles Stewart, Duke of 
Lennox. 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters for Moritgomcrie), the latter 
within a bordure of the second, charged 
with a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the first. [The above charge 



no 



FLEURS DE LYS— FORK 



Fleurs de lys (3) — continued. 

without the bordure and tressure is also 
the ist and 4th quarters of the 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters of the same 
coat.] Earl of Eglinton. 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and 
4th quarters). Montgomerie of 

COUSFIELD. 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and 
4th quarters) ; over all a two-handed 
sword in pale ppr. Montgomerie 
of Skelmorlie. 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and 
4th quarters) ; over all a two-handed 
sword in pale ppr., all within a bor- 
dure arg. charged with mullets and 
ravens alternately sa. for difference. 
Montgomerie of Kirktounholme 

(1732). 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (1st and 
4th quarters) ; over all dividing the 
coats a cross wavy or charged with 
a mullet between four crescents az. 
Montgomery of Stanhope (1772). 

Az. three fleurs de lys or ( 1 st and 4th 
quarters); over all dividing the quar- 
ters a cross wavy or charged with 
three cinquefoils in fess erm. MONT- 
GOMERY of Newton (1774). 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and 
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters) ; over the latter dividing 
the coats a cross wavy or charged 
with a mullet between four crescents 
az. Montgomery of Stanhope 
and Kinross (1844). 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (ist and 
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
engrailed or charged with a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. HUGH 
Edmonstone Montgomerie, Lon- 
don (1876). 

Az. three fleurs de lys or, quartered 
with gu., three lions passant guardant 
in pale or (2nd quarter) ; over all in 
chief a file of three lambeaux arg. 
James Duke of Albany and York, 
[Jas. VII.] 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Kennedy of Kirk- 
hill. 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (2nd and 



Fleurs de lys (3) — continued. 

3rd quarters). Fergusson Kennedy 
of Bennane (1837). 

Az. three fleurs de lys or (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Kennedy of Clowburn. 

Gu. three fleurs de lys or, on a chief 
of the second three hearts of the first. 
John Brown, Copenhagen (1755). 

Gu. three fleurs de lys or in fess 
between as many cinquefoils arg. 
Hamilton of Sundrum (1800). 

Gu. three fleurs de lys or (ist and 
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters), the latter charged in the 
centre with a mullet, and within a 
bordure engrailed or. William 
Henry Montgomery (i860). 
Forest — sec Trees. 
Fork (Shakefork or Sheaf-fork). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. (Cunning- 
ham) Earl of Glencairn. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. between two 
lozenges in fess of the last. Cun- 
ningham of Auchinharvie. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. between three 
mascles gu. Cunningham of Bal- 
quhan. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. and in chief a 
rose (gu. ?) surmounted of a mullet of 
the field. Cunningham of Brown- 
hill. 

Arg. a shakefork sa., a crescent az. 
for difference. Cunningham of 
Corsehill. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure az. charged with eight billets of 
the first. Cunningham of Enter- 
kine. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure erm. Cunningham of Lam- 

BRUGHTOUNE. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. between three 
roses gu. James Cunninghame, 
W.S. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. between three 
roses gu., a crescent for difference. 
Adam Cunningham, macer. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. between three 
mascles az. John Cunningham, 
Ayr. 

Arg. a shakefork sa., a crescent for 
difference. Col. R. CUNNINGHAM. 



FORK— FRAISE 



ii i 



Fork —continued. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure wavy az. charged with six plates. 
Thomas Cuninghame, Stockholm. 

Arg. a shakefork between a hunt- 
ing-horn in chief and two castles in 
base sa. Mistress Jean Cunning- 
ham, spouse to Mr. Andrew Forrester. 

Arg. a shakefork between three 
mullets sa., a bordure indented gu., 
fretty or. Cunningham of Craig- 
end (1704 ?). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. between three 
fleurs de lys az., one in chief and 
two in the flanks. Cunnyngham 
of Livingston (1st matric. 1768, 
2nd do. 1775). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. between three 
roses gu. Cuninghame of Ban- 
DALLOCH, on an escutcheon of pre- 
tence over Stewart Robertson of 
Edradynate (1885). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Cunningham of Aikinbir. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. (1st and 
4th quarters). Cunningham of 
Craigends. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Cunninghame OF Cayon, 
St. Cristopher's. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Alexander Cunnyngham, C.S. 
(1769). 



Arg. 



a shakefork sa., and in chief 



a mullet gu., within a bordure en- 
grailed of the last (1st and 4th 
quarters). Cunningham of Bal- 
gownie (1771). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Cuninghame of Caprington 
(1st matric. 1829). 

Arg. a shakefork between a hunting- 
horn in chief and two castles in base 
sa. ; on escutcheon of pretence over 
Cuningham Fairlie of Robert- 
land (1837). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Thomas Smith Cuningham yr. of 
Caprington (2nd matric. 1850). 



Fork — continued. 

Arg. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure erm. (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure or. Dick CUNYNG- 
ham of Preston field (1850). 

Arg. a shakefork between a hunt- 
ing-horn in chief and two castles in 
base sa. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Fairlie Cuninghame of Robert- 
land, co. Ayr (1882). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). William Copland of 
Colliestoun (ist matric. 1 73 1). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. withiiv a bor- 
dure az. charged with eight billets or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Rigg of 
Morton (1772). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. (3rd quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Sandilands of Hilderston(i673). 

Arg. a shakefork and in chief a 
mullet sa. (3rd quarter). MuiR OF 
Cassencary (1773). 

Arg. a shakefork sa. (3rd quarter). 
Fergusson of Kilkerran (1880). 

Arg. a shakefork sa., in chief a 
rose gu. surmounted by a mullet of 
the field (4th quarter). Hunter 
Blair of Blairquhan (1827). 

■Erm. a shakefork sa. within a bor- 
dure wavy az. CUNINGHAME OF 
Brighouse(i77i). Cuninghameof 
Lainshaw and Brighouse (1779). 

Or, a shakefork sa. charged with 
four besants. George Cunning- 
ham, C.E. (1864). 

Or, a shakefork sa. charged with 
four besants ; over all on an escutcheon 
of pretence Miller. Miller-Cun- 
ningham OF Leithen, co. Peebles 
(1887). 
Fortification. 

Az. a fortification (sconce) arg., 
masoned sa., in the dexter chief 
point a mullet of six points of the 
second. Robert Clement Sconce 
(1815). 
Fountains — see Roundles, Wavy. 
Fraise — see also Cinquefoil. 

Az. a fraise issuing out of a cres- 
cent between three mullets arg. 
Alexander Aberbuthnet (Ar- 
buthnot). 



112 



FRAISE— FRAISES 



Fraise — continued. 

Az. a fraise arg. between three 
garbs or. CUMMING OF RELUGAS 

(1733)- 

Az. a fraise arg. between three 
garbs or, all within a bordure en- 
grailed of the second. GEORGE 
CUMMING (I790). 

Az. a fraise arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or (1st and 4th 
quarters). Gordon of Glastirim. 
Fraises (3) — see also Cinquefoils. 

Az. three fraises arg. LORD 
Fraser. 

Az. three fraises arg. within a 
bordure compony of the second and 
first. Fraser of Phoppachy. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters for Fraser). Lord Saltoun. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed quarterly arg. and gu. charged 
with eight mullets counter-changed. 
Fraser of Auchnagarne. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed quarterly arg. and gu. Fraser 
of Belladrum. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), a fleur de lys for difference. 
Fraser of Brodland. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure in- 



charged with 



eight 



Fraser of Eske- 



dented arj 
crescents g 

DELL. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed quarterly arg. and gu. charged 
with eight annulets counter-changed. 
Fraser of Fingask. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure in- 
dented or. Fraser of Kirkton. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Fraser of Strichen. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), a crescent arg. in the 
centre of the shield. Fraser of 
Tyrie. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), over all on a shield of 



Fraises (3) — continued. 

pretence arg. three escutcheons gu. 
Hay of Craignethan. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure arg. ; 
over all on a shield of pretence of the 
last three escutcheons gu. Hay of 

LlNPLUM. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters); over all on a shield' of 
pretence arg. three escutcheons gu., a 
mullet surmounted of a crescent for 
difference. William Hay, merchant, 
Edinburgh. 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
or a lion rampant gu. surmounted of 
a ribbon sa. Fraser of Fraser- 
field (1st matric. 1725). 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure az. 
charged with eight garbs or. Fraser 
of Fraserfield (2nd matric. 1775). 

Arg. three fraises az. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure or. 
Fraser of Struie (1796). 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), in the middle chief point of 
the first quarter a crescent or, all 
within a bordure erminois. Fraser 
of Inverallochy (1803). 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all an escutcheon arg. 
charged with three shields gu., the 
whole within a bordure vert charged 
with four unicorns' heads couped with 
as many mullets alternately arg. Hay 

OF SiMITHFIELD (1806). 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 1 st and 4th grand quarters) 
en si/rtoi/t of the former, on an escut- 
cheon arg. a mullet between three 
shields gu. Hay Newton of New- 
ton (2nd matric. 1809). 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure gu., in 
the centre of the shield a crescent arg. 
Captain Alexander Fraser, R.N. 
(1810). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure em- 
battled, quarterly arg. and gu. ; in the 
centre of the shield a sold cross 



FRAISES 



i>3 



Fraises (3) — continued. 

suspended from a mural crown or. 
Lieut. - Col. Augustus Simon 
Frazer (i 8 i 4). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. ; 
over all on an escutcheon Hay. 
Hay of Belton (ist matric. 1824). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters). Fraser OF Lovat (1837). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
arg. three shields gu., all within a 
bordure arg. Hay of Linplum 
(1841). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure in- 
dented or, with a canton erm. 
Fraser of Hospitalfield (2nd 
matric. 1852). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
of pretence arg. a key fess-ways, wards 
downwards, between three shields gu. 
fox Hay. Hay of Alderston (1875). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
arg. three shields gu., in the centre a 
mullet for difference. Hay-Newton 
of Newton (ist matric. 1773). 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
gu. over the latter on an escutcheon 
Hay. Baird - Hay of Belton 
(2nd matric. 1874). 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter 
of ist and 4th grand quarters), all 
within a bordure or charged with 
eight crescents az. Mr. Robert 
Gordon of . . ., second son of 
Gordonstoun. 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter 
of ist and 4th grand quarters for 
Fraser), all within a bordure or. 
Gordon of Gordonstoune (1695). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd quarter). 
Murray of Stanhope. 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd quarter), 
in the centre of the shield a mullet 
or. Thomas Murray, Captain 48th 
Foot. 



Fraises (3) — continued. 

Az. three fraises arg. (ist and 4th 
quarters of 2nd grand quarter), the 
latter within a bordure erm. Mac- 
kenzie of Kilcoy (2nd matric. 

1837). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd quarter 
of 2nd grand quarter for Fraser). 
Lord Elphinstone (1864). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd grand quarter). 
Forres of Pitsligo (2nd matric. 
1865). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters [for Fraser] of 2nd grand 
quarter), in the centre a mullet az. 
for difference. Lady Osborne El- 
phinstone (1870). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Fraser). Lord FORBES 
of Pitsligo. 

Az. three fraises ("or five saltire- 
ways, according to some ") arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Fraser). Earl 
of Wigton. 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). FLEMING OF FERME. 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), in the fess point a mullet 
for difference. Lieut. -Col. John 
Fleming. 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), in the fess point a mullet for 
difference. Mrs. Marie Fleming, 
spouse to John Graham, Commissary 
Clerk of Dunblane [impaled by 
Gra/iam]. 

Az. three fraises arg., within a 
bordure quarterly, first and fourth, or 
three antique crowns gu., second and 
third, az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Leslie of Powis. 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Mackenzie of Gairloch. 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters) ; over all in the centre of the 
shield a wolf's head erased or. MAC- 
KENZIE of Seaton (1789). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). FORBES OF Newe (2nd 
matric. 1833). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters) ; over all in the centre of 

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FRAISES— FRET 



Fraises (3) — continued. 

the shield a wolf's head erased or, 
within a bordure parted per pale of 
the last and arg. Colin Mackenzie, 

W.S. (1873)- 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
all within a bordure gu. charged with 
three mullets arg. LIEUT. - COL. 
Kenneth Mackenzie (1805). 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters), all within a bordure engrailed 
quarterly arg. and gu. charged 
with three mullets counter-changed. 
Charles Douglas Mackenzie, Ud- 
ney House, co. Middlesex (i860). 

Az. three fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters), the latter within a bordure az. 
charged with eight garbs or. MAJOR 
Henry Erskine Forbes (1870). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters). Forbes of Pitsligo (1st 
matric. 1783). 

Az. three fraises arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
or charged with eight fleurs de lys az. 
Brooke Hamilton Gyll of Wyrar- 
disbury House, co. Bucks. (1844). 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter 
[for Fraser] of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters for Huntly). JOHN, Earl 
of Sutherland. 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter 

for Fraser). Marquess of Huntly. 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), 

all within a bordure indented arg. 

Gordon of Letterfurie. 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), 
all within a bordure sa. charged with 
eight besants. John Gordon, mer- 
chant in Aberdeen. 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), 
all within a bordure quarterly arg. 
and gu. Gordon of Abergeldie 

(1676). 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), 
all within a bordure nebuly gu. GOR- 
DON OF DALPHOLLY (1697)- 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), 



Fraises (3) — continued. 

all within a bordure nebuly gu. GOR- 
DON OF INVERGORDON (l75°)- 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter). 
John Gordon, South Carolina 

(1776). 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), 
all within a bordure compony arg. 
dan az. Captain William Conway 
Gordon (1846). 

Az. three fraises arg. (4th quarter), 
all within a bordure compony arg. and 
az. Captain Alexander Gordon, 

R.E. (1845)- 
Fraises (5). 

Az. five fraises arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on a shield of pre- 
tence arg. three escutcheons gu., 
within a bordure vert charged with 
unicorns' heads couped and mullets 
interchanged of the one and other 
arg. Hay of Haystoun. 

Fret. 

Erm. a fret engrailed gu. M'Cul- 

LOCH OF PlLTON. 

Arg. on a fret of four pieces gu. as 
many hearts or, and in every interstice 
a rose of the second, barbed vert, in 
chief a crescent az. ROBERT Gaird- 
ner (1761). 

Arg. on a fret gu. between a rose 
in every interstice of the second, 
barbed vert, four hearts or, within a 
bordure az. Robert Gardiner, 
H.E.I.C.S. (1789)- 

Arg. on a fret of four pieces gu. as 
many hearts or, and in every interstice 
a rose of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Gardiner). George Kin- 
near, merchant, Edinburgh (18 18). 

Az. a fret arg., on a chief or three 
crescents sa. ; over all on an escutcheon 
the arms of Mackenzie of Seaforth. 
Dame Mary F. E. Hood Mac- 
kenzie of Seaforth 1 (181 5). 

Erm. a fret engrailed gu. and on 
an escutcheon en surtout az. three 
wolves' heads erased arg. M'CUL- 
loch of Barholm (18 14). 

Gu. on a fret of four pieces arg. as 
many hearts az., and in every inter- 

1 The arms depicted accotee with a lozenge 
bearing the Seaforth arms. 



FRET— GALLEY 



ii5 



Tl&t—continuet /. 

stice a rose of the second. John 
Gardner, banker, Edinburgh (1783). 

Gu. on a fret arg. four hearts az., 
and in every interstice a rose of the 
second, in chief a crescent or. RICH- 
ARD Gardner, Assistant Comptroller- 
General of the Customs (1784). 

Sa. a fret arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Harington Stuart of 
Torrance, co. Lanark (1879). 

Gu. a fret or (1st and 4th quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
William Henry Montgomery 
(i860). 
Pretty. 

Erm. fretty gu., a bordure engrailed 
of the second. M'Culloch of 
Drummoral. 

Erm. fretty gu., a bordure indented 
of the second. M'Culloch of 
Muil. 

Erm. fretty gu. M'CULLOCH OF 
Myrtoune. 
Furisons (3). 

Or, three furisons az. Steel OF 
Carfin (1866). 
Fusil. 

Arg. a fusil fess-ways between three 
mullets az. INNES OF LlGHNET 

(1693). 
Fusils (5). 

Az. five fusils in fess or (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 4th grand quarter for 
Percy). Duke OF Athole (1865). 

Gable. 

Az. a gable end of a gothic church 
with a cross at the top and a gothic 
leaded window arg. (2nd quarter), all 
within a bordure embattled gu. Max- 
well OF CARDONESS (1805). 

Galley. 

Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa. 
within a bordure wavy az. . . . 
Donaldson, Brechin. 

Arg. in the sea az. a galley, sails 
trussed up, sa., on the middle part 
thereof Queen Margaret of Scotland 
standing richly apparelled and crowned 
ppr., holding in her dexter hand a 
sceptre ensigned with a fleur de lys or, 
and in her sinister, lying on her breast, 



Galley — continued. 

a book folded purpure. 
Burgh of Queensferry. 



Royal 



Arg. a galley 



three pallets or. 
ton (1st matric. 



a chief gu. 

of Ravels- 



Keith 

1737)- 

Arg. in the sea ppr. an ancient 
galley with two masts, sails furled, sa., 
flagged gu., seated therein the Virgin 
Mary with the infant Saviour in her 
arms and a cloud resting over their 
heads, all ppr. Burgh OF LEITH 
(1889). 

Arg. in a sea ppr. an ancient galley 
sa., flagged gu., therein two men ppr., 
one rowing, the other furling the sail. 
Royal Burgh of Rutherglen 
(1889). 

Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa., in 
the sinister chief point a martlet volant 
of the second with a small chain about 
its neck az., to which is appended a 
plain cross gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Whyte of Stockbrigs (1754). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action and 
sails furled, sa., a flame of fire on the 
masthead ppr. between an eagle's 
head erased of the last in the dexter 
and a cross crosslet fitchee gu. in the 
sinister chief points (1st and 4th 
quarters for Macvicar). AFFLECK OF 
Edinghame (1777). 

Arg. a galley with her sails furled 
up sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st 
and 4th grand quarters). Hamilton 
of Baldon (1733). 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand quarters) 
within a bordure gu. David Steuart 
Moncreiffe (1768). 

Arg. a galley, sails furled, oars in 
action, sa. (3rd quarter of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters). Campbell M'Iver 
OF Asknish (1st matric. 1769). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action and 
flagged sa. (3rd quarter of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters). Maciver Campbell 
of Asknish (2nd matric. 1853). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
all within a bordure arg. The Rev. 
Peter Colin Campbell, Professor 
in Aberdeen (1st matric. 1854) — the 



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GALLEY 



Galley — continued. 

same arms without the bordure. 
Principal Campbell, Aberdeen (2nd 
matric. 1867). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters). 
M'Iver Campbell of Asknish 
(3rd matric. 1881, 4th do. 1884). 

Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa. (4th 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure engrailed 
arg. charged with six crescents gu. 
Alexander Campbell, Peru (1762). 
Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter). 
Campbell of Glenurquhie. 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure az. 
Alexander Campbell, M.D. 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter) ; over 
all a man's heart gu., crowned or. 
Campbell of Glenlyon. 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter), in 
the centre of the shield a hunting-horn 
sa., garnished gu. CAMPBELL OF 
Glenfalloch. 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter), all 
within a bordure gu. Alexander 
Campbell, third son of Glenur- 
quhie. 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter), all 
within a bordure invected sa. Dun- 
can Campbell, eldest son of Mon- 
chaster. 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd quarter). 
Campbell of Monzie. 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd 
quarter). Campbell of Loch- 
dochart. 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure 

erm. CAMPBELL OF ABERUCHIL 

(3rd matric. 1703). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure az. 
Dr. Alexander Campbell (1737). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure vair. 
Campbell of Barcaldine (1755). 

Arg. a galley, sails furled and oars in 
action, sa. (2nd quarter) ; over all the 
arms of the Scots African and Indian 
Company, q.v. Campbell of Finab 
(1772). 



Galley — continued. 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa., sur- 
mounted in the middle fess point of a 
boar's head erased or (2nd quarter), 
within a bordure erm. Col. Neil 
Campbell (18 14). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd quarter). Lieut. - Gen. Sir 
Alexander Campbell, Bart. (1st 
matric. 181 5). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd quarter); over the quarters a sil- 
ver medal and gold cross pendant from 
a ribbon with clasps. SIR COLIN 
Campbell, K.C.B. (18 16). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd quarter); above the quarters on a 
chief arg. the representation of a rock 
superinscribed " Gibraltar " between 
two medals. Sir Alexander Camp- 
bell, Bart., K.C.B. (2nd matric. 1 8 1 7). 
Arg. a galley, sails furled, oars in 
action, sa. (2nd quarter), all within a 
bordure az. charged with eight annu- 
lets or. Robert Campbell, mer- 
chant, Sydney (1837). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, flags 
and pennons flying, sa. (2nd quarter). 
Earl of Breadalbane (1868). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action (2nd 

and 3rd quarters). Earl of Argvle. 

Arg. a galley with her sails trussed 

up sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Duke 

of Hamilton. 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Campbell of Blythswood 
(1st matric.) 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure counter hermines (ermines). 
Stewart of Balcaskie. 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure az. charged with eight buckles 
or. Stewart of Grantully (1st 
matric.) 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed gu. William Stewart, 
Remembrancer of the Exchequer. 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure embattled az. charged with 



GALLEY 



117 



Galley — continued. 

eight buckles or. W. CHARLES 
Stewart, major in Hacket's Regi- 
ment of Scots Dutch (1740). 

Arg. a galley, sails trussed up and 
oars in action, sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Stewart of Ardsheal 
(1st matric. 1772, 2nd do. 1880). 

Arg. a galley sa., sails furled, 
flags and pinnets flying and oars in 
action, bruised with a baton sinister 
couped gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure compony arg. and 
az. Col. William Campbell (1763). 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Campbell of Blyths- 
wood (2nd matric. 1880). 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
compony arg. and az. charged with 
hearts gu. and mullets arg. Buchan 
OF AUCHMACOY (1830). 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Campbell Swinton of 

KlMMERGHAME (1850). 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
compony arg. and az., the first charged 
with hearts gu. and the second with 
mullets arg. Hamilton Dalrymple 
of North Berwick (1889). 

Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sa., 
flagged gu. (3rd quarter of 2nd and 
3rd grand quarters). Lockhart OF 
LEE (2nd matric. 1806). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Pentland of that Ilk (181 i). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd 
quarter). Campbell of Cawdor 
(1st matric.) 

Arg. a galley, her oars in action, 
sa. (3rd quarter). Campbell of 
Lochnell (1st matric.) 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
engrailed or. John Campbell of 
Moy, Sheriff Depute of Argyle. 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure 



Galley — contin ued. 

engrailed gu. Archibald Camp- 
bell, W.S. 

Arg. a galley sa. (3rd quarter), all 
within a bordure erm. Campbell of 
Aberuchill (2nd matric. 1694). 

Arg. a galley sa. (3rd quarter). 
Campbell of Calder (2nd matric. 
1722). 

Arg. a galley sa., sails furled and 
streamers flying, on the sea ppr. (3rd 
quarter). M'LACHLAN of Kil- 
CHOAN (1758). 

Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sails 
furled, sa. (3rd quarter). Macdonald 
of Largie (1765). 

Arg. a galley, sails furled and oars in 
action, sa. (3rd quarter). Campbell 

HOOKE OF BANGESTON (1772). 

Arg. a galley, oars in saltire, sails 
fuiled, sa., flagged gu. (3rd quarter). 
M'Lean of Coll (1803). 

Arg. a galley sa., oars in action 
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
quarterly or and sa. Campbell of 
Barcaldine (1st matric. 1808, 2nd 
do. 18 1 7). 

Arg. a galley sa., oars in action 
(3rd quarter). Campbell of Loch- 
nell (2nd matric. 1808). 

Arg. a galley sa., oars in action 
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
charged with eight crescents arg. 
Campbell of Ardchattan (18 18). 
Alexander Campbell of Gat- 
combe, Isle of Wight (18 1 8). 

Arg. a galley, sails furled, oars in 
action, sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
3rd gr. q.) Moir of Leckie (1796). 

Arg. a galley, sails furled, sa., 
flagged gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
3rd grand quarter). Earl of Sel- 
kirk (1799). 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 3rd grand quarter), all within 
a bordure erm. Campbell Douglas 
of Douglas Support (1871). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa., 
fire issuing from the top of the mast 
ppr. and surmounted of an eagle 
displayed gu. (4th quarter). Colin 
MacLarty, M.D., Provost of Camp- 
beltown (18 19). 



uS 



GALLEY 



Galley — continued. 

Arg. a galley without sails sa., oars 
in saltire (4th quarter), all within a 
bordure az. (arg. ?) charged with four 
crescents gu. Colin Campbell, 
London ("now — 1720 — of Moy "). 

Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 4th grand 
quarter), the latter within a bor- 
dure az. charged with eight buckles 
or. Stewart Fothringham of 
Powrie, co. Forfar (1890). 

Az. in the sea a galley, oars in 
action, arg., and therein standing the 
figure of St. Adrian with long garments 
close-girt and mitred ppr., holding in 
his sinister hand a crosier or, on the 
stern a flag disveloped arg. charged 
with the Royal Arms of Scotland with 
these words "Deo duce." Royal 
Burgh of Pittenweem. 

Az. a galley, sail bent, or, flagged 
arg., within a bordure erminois, on a 
chief of the third two shepherds' 
crooks in saltire, sa. between a 
dexter hand couped fess-ways hold- 
ing a dagger in pale and a cross 
crosslet fitchee gu. in the dexter and 
sinister chief points. Maclaurin 
Gillies, Jamaica (1800). 

Az. a galley, sails furled, oars in 
action, or, flagged gu., within a bordure 
arg., on a chief of the second a buck's 
head cabossed sa., attired of the third, 
between two cross crosslets fitchee of 
the last. William Macgillivray, 
Montreal (1801). 

Az. a galley under sail, flags and 
pennons flying, arg., on a chief of the 
last two mullets gu. John Bald, 
co. Roxburgh (1866). 

Az. a galley arg., on a shield or 
pendant from the yard a fess chequy 
az. and arg. County of Renfrew 
(1889). 

Or, a galley sa., flagged gu., the 
tackling surmounted of an eagle with 
two heads displayed ppr., all within a 
bordure az. charged with eight pills of 
the first. . . . Donaldson, M.D., 
Paris. 

Or, a galley (sa.) flagged gu., the 
tackling surmounted of an eagle with 



Galley — co7itimied. 

two heads displayed, with a dolphin 
naiant in base undy ppr., all within 
a bordure az. charged with eight 
quatrefoils arg. Robert Donaldson 
of . . . 

Or, a galley, oars in action, sa. in 
the sea ppr. Maclauchlan of 
that Ilk. 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, between 
two billets sa., in the canton (sinister 
chief point ?) a dexter arm issuing in 
bend grasping a man's heart proper. 
Alexander Toash, merchant, Aber- 
deen. 

Or, a galley, oars in action, sa., 
flagged gu., surmounted of a bend az. 
charged with a mullet between two 
crescents arg. Scott of Kelly 
(1863). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Stewart 
of Fongorth. 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa. 
(3rd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Macgregor, alias Mur- 
ray of Napier Ruskie (1797). 

Or, a galley sa. moored in front of 
Fingal's Cave, off the cliff of the Isle of 
Staffa, issuing from the dexter side 
ppr., and in the sea undy vert in base a 
salmon naiant arg. (3rd quarter of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters). Reginald 
Macdonald Steuart (18 13). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa. 
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
quarterly gu. and arg. Mr. Philip 
Macdonald Bowie, Minister at the 
Hague. 

Or, a galley, mast and tackling sa. 
(3rd quarter). Alexander Far- 
quharson of Invercauld. 

Or, a galley, mast and tackling sa. 
(3rd quarter), in the fess point a cres- 
cent gu. Farquhar of Monzie. 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., and 
in base undy vert a salmon naiant 
arg. (3rd quarter). Macdonald of 
Moidart. 

Or, a galley, oars in action, sa., 
flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a 
bordure gu. Sir John Macdonald, 

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119 



Galley — continued. 

Or, in the sea ppr. a galley, oars 
in saltire, sa. (3rd quarter). Ronald 
(Macdonald), Marquess of An- 
trim. 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, gu., on 
a chief of the second three mullets of 
the field (3rd quarter). M'NEIL OF 
Tearfargus. 

Or, a galley sa. (3rd quarter). 
Maclkod OF CADBOLL (1st matric. 
. . ., 2nd do. 1784). 

(or) a galley, oars in saltire, sa. 
(3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
gu. William Mackinnon, Antigua 
(patent 1726, recorded 18 10). 

Or, a galley sa., sails furled (3rd 
quarter). M'NEIL OF BARRA (ist 
matric. 1806). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., in 
the base undy vert a salmon naiant 
arg. (3rd quarter). MACDONALD of 
Clanranald (18 10). 

Or, a galley sa., oars in saltire 
(3rd quarter). William Alexander 
Mackinnon, Albany House, co. 
Middlesex (181 1). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., 
flagged gu. (3rd quarter) ; over all on 
a chief gu. a gold cross between the 
badge of the Portuguese Military 
Order of the Tower and Sword on the 
dexter, and that of the Ottoman 
Order of the Crescent on the sinister. 
Col. John Maclean (18 14). 

Or, a galley sa., oars in action 
(3rd quarter). Lieut. -Gen. Sir 
John Macdonald, K.C.B. (18 18). 

Or, a galley sa., sails furled (3rd 
quarter). M'Neill OF Barra (2nd 
matric. 1824). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, gu., on 
a chief of the last three mullets of 
the field (3rd quarter), all within a 
bordure gu. Sir John M'Neill, 
C.B. (1840). 

Or, a galley, oars in action, sa., 
flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a 
bordure az. charged with two mascles 
in chief arg. and a boar's head erased 
in base or. Macdonald OF St. 
Martins (1849). 

Or, a galley, oars in action, sa., 



Galley— continued. 

flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a 
bordure gu. charged with three antique 
crowns or. G. G. Foote Macdonald 
(1850). 

Or, a galley, oars in action, sa., 
flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a 
bordure gu. charged with two eastern 
crowns in fess and as many mullets in 
pale or. Sir George Maclean, 
K.C.B. (1856). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, gu., 
on a chief of the second three mullets 
of the first (3rd quarter), all within 
a bordure erm. Lord Colonsay 
(1867). 

Or, a galley sa. (3rd quarter). 
Macdonald of Craig-na-Gower 

(1375)- 

Or, a galley, oars in action, flags 

flying, sa. (3rd quarter) ; over all on a 

fess sa. an eagle's head couped arg., 

beaked gu., between two sprigs of 

maple slipped or. William Stone 

Macdonald, Blinkbonny, Canada 

(1886). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., 
flagged gu. (3rd quarter). MAC- 
KINTOSH OF Kyllachy (1886). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa., 
flagged gu. (3rd quarter), all within a 
bordure indented or. Mackinnon 
of Strathaird, co. Argyle (1889). 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa 
(4th quarter). William M'Bean, 
Inverness. 

Or, a galley, oars in saltire, sa. 
(4th quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
charged with eight annulets or. 
Mackintosh of Aberarder. 

Or, a galley sa. (4th quarter). 
Mackintosh of that Ilk. 
Garb. 

Arg. a garb ppr. between three 
bulls' heads erased sa., armed vert. 
Turnbull of Currie. 

Arg. a garb az. banded or, between 
three lions' heads erased sa., within 
a bordure crenelle of the second. Col. 
John Buchan. 

Arg. a garb az. banded or between 
three lions' heads erased sa., on a 
chief erm. a lion rampant gu. (1st and 



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GARB— GARBS 



Garb — co7itimied. 

4th quarters). FORDYCE - Buchan 
of Kelloe (1856). 

Az. a garb or banded of the first 
between three thistles of the second. 
Alexander Bayne, Sheriff Clerk of 
Fife. 

Az. a garb or banded of the first 
between three thistles, within a bordure 
of the second. John Bain, Sheriff 
Clerk of Berwick. 

Az. a garb or banded of the first 
between three thistles of the second, 
within a bordure argent. John 
Bayne (1794). 

Az. a garb or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Guthrie of Guthrie (1779). 

Gu. a garb or, on a chief arg. a 
ship in full sail on a sea ppr. JOPP 
of Cotton (1796). 

Gu. a garb or, on a chief arg. a 
lion's head erased gu. William 
M'Ewan, M.P., Edinburgh (1886). 
Garbs (2). 

Az. two garbs in chief and a cres- 
cent in base or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Craigmyle), all within a bordure 
parted per pale vert and arg. GEORGE 
Burnett, Lyon Depute (1st matric. 

1863). 

Az. two garbs in chief and a cres- 
cent in base or (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
a mullet sa. in the centre for differ- 
ence. George Burnett, Lyon 
King of Arms (2nd matric. 1870) [im- 
paled by Lyon Office]. 
Garbs (3). 

Az. three garbs or. Cumming of 
ALTYRE (1st matric.) 

Az. three garbs within a bordure 
or. Cumming of Culter. 

Az. three garbs or (1st quarter). 
County of Aberdeen (1890). 

Az. three garbs or (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
the arms of Gordon of Gordon. 
Cumming Gordon of Altyre 
(2nd matric. 1795 ?)■ 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
charged with three wolves' heads erased 
gu. Charles Stewart, barrister- 
at-law (1879). 



Garbs (3) — continued. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter of 
1st grand quarter), the latter within 
a bordure gu. Constable-Maxwell- 
Stuart of Traquair (1876). 

Az. three garbs or banded gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 
4th grand quarters), the latter within 
a bordure indented gu. Rev. Roger 

ROWSON LlNGARD GUTHRIE (1871). 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
of pretence Cuninghame of Bandalloch. 
Stewart Robertson of Edrady- 
nate (1885). 

Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter). 
Earl of Traquair. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter). 
Muir of Cassencary (i 773). 

Az. three garbs within a bordure 
or (2nd quarter for Cicmming oj 
Birncss). Skene of Pitlurg (1834). 

Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter). 
Lady Louisa Stuart (1863). 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Guthrie of King 
Edward. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure indented 
arg. Thomas Guthrie, Provost of 
Forfar. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed gu. Guthrie of Carsbank. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). MURE OF Rowallan. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure quar- 
terly az. and or. Seton of 
Garleton. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
Stewart of Ladywall. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Stewart of Straebrock. 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
charged with six wolves' heads erased 
gu., over all a lion rampant gu. 
James Stewart, merchant, Dundee. 

Az. three garbs or banded gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 






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121 



Garbs (3) — continued. 

bordure wavy gu. GUTHRIE OF 
Craigie (1772). 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Harry Guthrie, W.S. 

(1775)- 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Cumming-Bruceof ROSE- 
isle (1874). 

Az. three garbs or (2nd quarter of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). LlEUT.- 
Col. W. Stewart Balfour (1837). 

Az. three garbs or (3rd quarter of six 
quarters). Richardson of Pitfour 
(2nd matric. 1826, 3rd do. 1837). 

Az. three garbs or (3rd quarter of 
six quarters). MAJOR J. ALSTON 
Stewart (1830). 

Az. three garbs or (3rd quarter) ; 
over all on an escutcheon arg. a shake- 
fork between a bugle in chief and two 
castles in base sa. Cunningham 
Fairlie of Robertland (1837). 

Az. three garbs or (3rd and 4th 
quarters). Guthrie of Mount 
(1st matric. 1856, 2nd do. i860). 

Az. three garbs or (1st and 4th 
quarters of 3rd grand quarter). Mac- 
kenzie OF KlLCOY (2nd matric. 

1837). 

Az. three garbs or (1st and 4th 
quarters of 3rd grand quarter for 
Erskinc, Earl of Buchari). Burton- 
Mackenzie of Kilcoy, co. Ross 
(3rd matric. 1887). 

Az. three garbs or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 3rd grand quarter for 
Gumming). Lord Cardross. 

Vert, three garbs or. David Dun- 
mure, advocate. 

Vert, three garbs or banded sa. 
Mrs. Jane Dunsmure, on behalf of 
James Dunsmure (1867). 

Vert, three garbs or banded sa. 
within a bordure arg. James Duns- 
mure, M.D. (1867). 

Vert, three garbs or banded sa. 
within a bordure or. Alexander 
Dunsmure, Leith (1867). 

Vert, three garbs or banded gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). DUNMORE OF 
Kelvinside (1770). 
Garland, Laurel — see also Chaplet. 



Garland, Laurel — continued. 

Arg. a garland of laurel vert be- 
tween three pheons gu. CONQUEROR 
OF Friartoun. 

Az. a garland of laurel between two 
slips of the same ppr. issuing out of 
a cup arg., in the dexter and sinister 
chief points two cross crosslets fitchee 
or. Laurie of Polmont (1774). 
Geds — see Fish, Pikes. 
Gillyflower. 

Gu. a gillyflower stalked and leaved 
ppr. between three cinquefoils erm. 
within a bordure or. Hamilton OF 
Silvertonhill (1790). 
Gillyflowers (2). 

Arg. two gillyflowers in chief and 
an escallop in base within a bordure 
indented gu. LIVINGSTONE OF Bal- 

ROWNIE. 

Arg. two gillyflowers in chief and an 
escallop in base within a bordure 
engrailed gu. William Livingstone, 
Aberdeen. 
Gillyflowers (3). 

Arg. three gillyflowers slipped gu. 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory vert. Viscount KlLSYTH. 

Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory vert 
(1st and 4th quarters for Livingstone); 
over all on an escutcheon of pretence 
az. an oak tree or, within a bordure 
arg. charged with eight gillyflowers 
gu. Earl of Linlithgow. 

Arg. three gillyflowers eradicated gu. 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory vert (1st and 4th quarters for 
Livingstone). Earl of Callander. 

Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory vert 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure quarterly or and gu. LIVING- 
STON of Westquarter (1st matric. 

i673)- 

Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory vert 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure quarterly or and gu. Fenton 
Livingstone of Westquarter 
(2nd matric. 1854). 

Arg. three gillyflowers gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory vert 



122 



GILLYFLOWERS— GRIFFIN 



Gillyflowers (3) — continued. 

(ist and 4th quarters of 3rd grand 
quarter), the latter charged with a 
crescent gu., and within a bordure 
compony gu. and arg. Callander 
of Craigforth (1875). 

Goats (3). 

Gu. three goats passant arg., attired 
and unguled or. Stamfield (Stan- 
field) of Newmilns. 

Goshawk. 

Gu. a goshawk or standing on the 
back of a hare courant arg. James 
Danskine, Stirling (1766). 

Guttes de Sang (3). 

Arg. three guttes de sang ppr. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Sir James 
Turner. 

Arg. three guttes de sang ppr. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), a crescent for 
difference. Mr. Archibald Turner, 
one of the ministers of Edinburgh. 

Greyhound. 

Or, a greyhound bitch sa. chained 
to an oak tree within a loch ppr. 
Royal Burgh of Linlithgow 
(reverse). 

Vert, a greyhound salient between 
three hunting-horns arg., garnished 
gu. William Corstorphine, por- 
tioner of Kings Barns (1676). 

Greyhounds (2). 

Arg. two greyhounds courant fess- 
ways with a hunting-horn in chief sa., 
stringed and garnished gu., all within 
a bordure of the third. David Scow- 
GALL, writer, Edinburgh. 

Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient 
arg. collared of the field, in the honour 
point a stag's head couped and attired 
with ten tynes, 1 all between three fleurs 
de lys, two in chief and one in base or. 
Udnie of that Ilk. 

Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient 
arg. collared of the field, in the honour 
point a stag's head couped and attired 
with ten tynes, all between three fleurs 

1 The original patent of date 1662 was pro- 
duced circa 1741, and arms were again registered 
in its terms, by which the stag's head (cabossed) 
is the main charge and the greyhounds are in 
the honour point. The arms were for a third 
time registered in 1789. 



Greyhounds (2) — continued. 

de lys, two in chief and one in base or, 
a crescent for difference. Udnie of 
Auchterellon. 

Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient 
arg. collared of the field, in the honour 
point a stag's head couped, attired with 
ten tynes, all between three fleurs de 
lys, two in chief and one in base or, 
a martlet for difference. Arthur 
Udnie. 

Gu. two greyhounds counter-salient 
arg. collared of the first, in the honour 
point a stag's head couped, attired 
with ten tynes, all between three fleurs 
de lys, two in chief and one in base or, 
a mullet for difference. Udney of 
Cultercallen. 

Vert, two greyhounds courant in 
pale arg., on a chief engrailed of 
the last a boar's head erased sa. 
between two hunting-horns of the 
first stringed gu. HUNTER OF 
St. Lucar (1775). 
Greyhounds (3). 

Vert, three greyhounds courant arg. 
collared or, on a chief engrailed of the 
second as many hunting-horns of the 
first, garnished gu. Hunter of Res- 

TENNET. 

Vert, three greyhounds in pale in 
full speed arg. collared gu., within a 
bordure or, on a chief wavy of the 
second a fleur de lys az. between two 
hunting-horns of the field, stringed of 
the third and viroled of the fourth. 
Hunter of Glencarse (1792). 

Vert, three dogs of chase courant 
arg. collared or, on a chief wavy of 
the second three hunting-horns of the 
first stringed gu. Major CHARLES 
Fleeming Hunter (1881). 
Griffin. 

Arg. a griffin rampant ppr. armed 
and langued gu., in chief two mullets 
az. Knight of Jordanston (1772). 

Az. a griffin rampant or (4th quar- 
ter). DlROM OF CRICHIE (1769). 

Gu. a griffin salient arg., in the 
dexter chief point a tower or. Lauder 
of Newington. 

Gu. a griffin salient arg. with a 
crowned heart upon his breast ppr., 



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123 



Griffin — continued. 

within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the second. ROBERT Lauder, 
portioner of Belhaven and West Barns. 

Gu. a griffin salient within a bor- 
dure arg. Lauder of Fountain- 
hall (1699). 

Gu. a griffin salient arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with four 
hearts, ensigned with imperial crowns 
ppr. and as many crescents gu. 
Lauder of Winepark (1745). 

Or, a griffin passant az., on a chief 
erm. two chess rooks gu. Captain 
J. M. Shortt, H.E.I.C.S. (1843). 

Vert, a griffin segreant or, on a chief 
of the last a crescent sa. Joshua 
Heywood Collins of Kelvindale, 
co. Lanark (1888). 

Vert, a griffin segreant arg., on a 
chief of the second a stag's head ca- 
bossed between two fountains ppr. 
Robert Lauder, West Hartlepool 
(1892). 
Grove. 

Arg. on a mount in base a grove 
ppr. Walkinshaw of that Ilk. 

Arg. on a mount in base a grove 
ppr., a mullet in the middle chief for 
difference. WALKINSHAW of Bar- 

ROWFIELD. 

Arg. on a mount vert a grove of fir 
trees ppr., on a chief gu. three mullets 
of the field. William Walkinshaw, 
London (1864). 
Gyronny. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure embattled vert. Campbell 
OF Aberuchill (1st matric.) 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure engrailed gu. charged with 
eight escallops of the first. Campbell 
of Glasnock. 

Gyronny of eight engrailed or and sa. 
Campbell of Succoth (1st matric.) 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., each 
gyron charged with a trefoil slipped 
counter-changed of the same, within a 
bordure wavy of the second. Daniel 
Campbell, merchant in Ostend 
(1693). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure engrailed of the first charged 



Gyronny — contittued. 

with eight crescents of the second. 
Campbell of Schawfield and 
Skipnes (1st matric. 1730, 2nd do. 

1777). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure engrailed az. charged with 
eight buckles of the first. Campbell 
of Park (1772). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., the 
first charged with four crescents of the 
second, within a bordure engrailed 
az. charged with eight buckles of the 
first. Mungo Campbell, planter, 
Grenada (1772). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., in the 
dexter chief point a boar's head erased 
of the second, and in the sinister base 
point a salmon naiant az. Campbell 
of Glenfeochan (1789). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., in chief 
a mullet counter - changed, within a 
bordure embattled az. charged with 
eight buckles of the first. Campbell 
of Possil (1809). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure compony erm. and vert, in 
the fess point a gold cross pendant 
from a ribbon gu., fringed az.; on a 
chief a representation of the Castle 
of Badajos ppr., standing on a 
mount vert inscribed with the word 
" Badajos " in gold ; on a canton or 
an elephant ppr., and over it the word 
"Argaum." Col. James Campbell, 
C.B. (1816). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure embattled vert charged 
with three elephants' heads erased 
arg. Mrs. Deans Campbell of 
Culraith (1835). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure engrailed az. ; on a canton 
arg. a galley, oars in action, sa., and 
on a chief of the fourth three hunting- 
horns of the second, viroled of the 
first and stringed gu. Campbell of 
Stracathro (1st matric. 1859). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., and in 
chief a mullet counter-changed of the 
field, within a bordure embattled vert 
charged with eight buckles of the first. 
Campbell of Colgrain (1861). 



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Gyronny — continued. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., in the 
fess point a heart gu. ensigned with 
an imperial crown ppr., within a bor- 
dure az. charged with three spur- 
revels arg., on a chief chequy of the 
fourth and last a galley, oars in action, 
of the second. Major - General 
John Campbell, C.B. (1863). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
chief engrailed arg. a galley, oars in 
action, between two hunting - horns 
stringed all of the second. Camp- 
bell OF STRACATHRO (2nd matric. 
1869). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
chief invected arg. a galley, oars in 
action, between two hunting - horns 
stringed all of the second. Campbell 
of Tilliechewan (1869). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
chief gu. a galley, oars in action, 
flags flying, between two mullets or. 
Alexander Campbell of Cammo 

(i873). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 

a bordure az., the shield placed in 

front of the mast of a galley, oars in 

action, sa., flags and pennons flying. 

Campbell of Inverneil (1875). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., the 
shield placed in front of the mast of a 
galley, oars in action, sa., flags fly- 
ing. James Campbell, Blackerton, 
co. Devon (1886). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
quarter). Campbell of Loch- 

DOCHART. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
quarter). CAMPBELL OF SKERRING- 
TON. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure az. 
Alexander Campbell, M.D. (17 . . .) 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure engrailed 
az. (arg. ?) charged with four crescents 
gu. Colin Campbell, London (now 
— 1720 — of Moy). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure arg., 
and in the centre of the shield on an 
escutcheon sa. a boar's head erased 



Gyronny — continued. 

or. Campbell of Hallyards 

(1814). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
dexter canton of the first a lion 
rampant gu. ( 1 st quarter) ; over the 
quarters a silver medal and gold cross 
pendant from a ribbon with clasps. 
Sir Colin Campbell, K. C.B. (18 16). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
dexter canton arg. a bend sa. be- 
tween a unicorn's head erased in chief 
and a cross crosslet fitchee in base gu. 
(1st quarter), all within a bordure 
quarterly or and sa. Campbell OF 
Barcaldine (3rd matric. 1817). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1 stand 
4th quarters). Earl OF ARGYLE. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Goodlatt Camp- 
bell OF AUCHLYNE. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., each 
gyron charged with a trefoil slipped 
counter-changed ( 1 st and 4th quarters). 
Campbell of Blythswood (1st 
matric. . . .) 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), in the fess point a 
hunting-horn sa., garnished gu. Camp- 
bell of Glenfalloch. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all a man's 
heart gu., crowned or. Campbell OF 
Glenlyon. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Campbell of 
Glenurquhy. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), a mullet for differ- 
ence. Campbell of Monzie. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. Alexander Campbell, third 
son of Glenurquhie. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
invected sa. Duncan Campbell, 
eldest son of Monchaster. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 

erm. CAMPBELL OF ABERUCHILL 

(2nd matric. 1694, 3rd do. 1703). 
Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 



GYRONNY 



12 = 



Gyronny — continued. 

and 4th quarters), all within a bordurc 
az. Dr. Alexander Campbell, 
Chief Surgeon to the Hospital at Port 
Royal in Jamaica (1737). 

Gyronny of eight engrailed or and 
sa. (1st and 4th quarters). Campbell 
of Ellerslie (1742). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
vair. Campbell of Barcaldine 
(1st matric. 1755). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bor- 
dure compony arg. and az. Col. 
William Campbell (1773). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all an es- 
cutcheon of the last charged with a 
bear's head erased or, with a crescent 
in chief arg. Campbell of Bar- 
breck (1768). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all the arms 
of the Scots African and Indian Com- 
pany, q.v. Campbell of Finab 
(1772). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Campbell of 
Succoth (2nd matric. 1 808). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Campbell of 
Lochnell (2nd matric. 1808). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly of the same. Campbell 
of Barcaldine (2nd matric. 1808). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
erm. Col. Neil Campbell (18 14). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Lieut.-Gen. Sir 
Alexander Campbell, Bart. (1st 
matric. 181 5). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
embattled erm. LlEUT.-COL. Sir 
Guy Campbell, Bart. (18 16). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bor- 
dure compony erm. and purpure. 
Campbell of Craigie (18 16). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 



Gyronny -continued. 

and 4th quarters), above the quarters 
on a chief arg. the representation of a 
rock superinscribed "Gibraltar" be- 
tween two medals. Sir Alexander 
Campbell, Bart., K.C.B. (2nd matric. 
1817). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. charged with eight crescents arg. 
Campbell of Ardchattan (18 18). 
Alexander Campbell of Gat- 
combe, Isle of Wight (18 1 8). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
az. charged with eight annulets or. 
Robert Campbell, merchant, Syd- 
ney (1837). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Earl of Bread- 
albane (1868). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. within 
a bordure engrailed of the first charged 
with eight crescents of the last (1st 
and 4th quarters). Bouverie Camp- 
bell of Dunoon (1869). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Campbell of 
Ballochyle (187 i). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed arg. charged with six crosses 
moline az. Captain John Camp- 
bell, 21st Madras Native Infantry 

(1873). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., each 
changed with a trefoil slipped counter- 
changed (1st and 4th quarters). 
Campbell of Blythswood (2nd 
matric. 1880). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., in 
chief a mullet counter-changed, within 
a bordure indented az. charged with 
eight buckles of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Lamont Campbell of 
Possil (1892). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure engrailed 
arg. charged with six crescents gu. 
Alexander Campbell, Peru (1762). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 



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Gyronny — continued. 

quarters). Campbell M'Iver of 
Asknish (ist matric. 1769). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (ist 
and 4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters). M'Iver Campbell of 
Asknish (2nd matric 1853, 3rd do. 
1881, 4th do. 1884). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (ist 
and 4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
The Rev. Peter Colin Camp- 
bell, Professor in Aberdeen (1854). 
The same arms without the bordure, 
Principal Campbell, Aberdeen (2nd 
matric. 1867). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
quarter). CAMPBELL OF CALDER 
(ist matric.) 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure engrailed 
or. John Campbell of Moy, 
Sheriff Depute of Argyle. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure engrailed 
gu. Archibald Campbell, W.S. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
quarter). Campbell of Calder 
(2nd matric. 1722). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
quarter). Campbell Hooke of 
Bangeston (1772). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., within 
a bordure gu. charged with eight 
escallops of the first and a canton 
gyronny of eight gu. and erm. (2nd 
quarter for Campbell of Cesnock) ; over 
all on an escutcheon arg. an orange 
crowned and slipped ppr. Purves- 
Hume-Campbell of Marchmont 
and Purves (18 1 3). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure or. 
Captain Alexander Campbell, 
H.E.I.C.S. (1st matric. 181 5, 2nd 
do. 1 8 16). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
quarter). Campbell of Dunstaff- 
nage (1st matric. 1836, 2nd do. 

1889). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd grand quarter 
for Campbell of Cesnock) ; over all on 



Gyronny — continued. 

an escutcheon arg. an orange ppr., 
stalked and slipped vert, ensigned 
with an imperial crown. Earl of 
Marchmont (2nd matric. 1765). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Spens OF Lath- 
allan (2nd matric. 1768). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), in the centre 
an escutcheon arg. charged with a 
heart gu., ensigned with an imperial 
crown or for Douglas of Gletibervie. 
Nathaniel Spens (2nd matric. 1768). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Spens of Lath- 
allan. Nathaniel Spens, M.D. 
(3rd matric. 1780). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
chief engrailed arg. a galley, oars in 
action, between two hunting-horns, 
stringed all of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Campbell Bannerman 
of Hunton Court, co. Kent (1872). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., a bor- 
dure compony erm. and vert, in the 
centre a crescent of the last (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Campbell-Orde of 
Morpeth (1881). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (ist and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). PENTLAND OF THAT ILK 
(1812). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., each 
charged with a trefoil slipped counter- 
changed (ist and 4th quarters of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters). Campbell 

SWINTON OF KlMMERGHAME (1850). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (ist 
and 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters), all within a bordure 
arg. charged with three cushions gu. 

IVERACH OF WlDEFORD (1867). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., each 
charged with a trefoil slipped counter- 
changed (ist and 4th quarters of 3rd 
grand quarter for Campbell of Blyths- 
wood), all within a bordure erm. 
Campbell -Douglas of Douglas 
Support (1871). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (4th 
quarter). RUSSELL OF MONCOFFER 
(1768). 



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Gyronny — continued. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
canton gu. two bars of the first (4th 
quarter) ; over the quarters a silver 
medal and gold cross pendant from 
a ribbon with clasps. Sir Colin 
Campbell, K.C.B. (18 16). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., on a 
dexter canton gu. two bars of the 
first (4th quarter), all within a bordure 
quarterly or and sa. Campbell of 
BARCALDINE (3rd matric. 18 17). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (5 th 
quarter of six quarters). Richardson 
OF PlTFOUR (2nd matric. 1826, 3rd 
do. 1837). 

Gyronny of eight or and sa. (5th 
quarter of six quarters). Major J. 
Alston Stewart (1830). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu. 
Earl of Loudoun. 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu. 
within a bordure engrailed of the 
second charged with eight crescents 
arg. Campbell of Balgairsha. 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu., in 
each of the last four gyrons a bee 
volant en arrierc arg. CAMPBELL OF 
Gargunnock. 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu. 
within a bordure wavy of the second. 
Campbell of Grandvale, Jamaica. 

Gyronny of eight wavy erm. and 
gu. Campbell of Waterhauchs. 

Gyronny of eight wavy ermine 
and gu., a crescent for difference. 
Alexander Campbell, brother of 
Waterhauchs. 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu. 
within a bordure chequy or and sa. 
Charles Campbell, Ireland (1693). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu., on 
each of the last four gyrons a besant. 
Campbell of Netherplace (1694). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu. 
within a bordure engrailed of the last. 
Campbell of Lundy on an escut- 
cheon of pretence over Sir Thomas 
Brand (1721). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu. 
within a bordure engrailed of the 
second charged with eight crescents arg. 
Col. D. Campbell, H.E.I.C.S.(i8o6). 



Gyronny — continued. 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu., in 
the middle chief point a covered cup 
and in base a hunting-horn stringed 
or, on a canton quarterly 1st and 4th 
arg., on a fess az. three mullets of the 
first, 2nd and 3rd az. three garbs or, 
a crescent erm. for difference. Camp- 
bell of Auchmannoch (1844). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu., in 
the middle chief point a covered cup 
or, and in base a hunting-horn stringed 
of the last within a bordure embattled 
arg., on a canton quarterly 1st and 4th 
arg., on a fess az. three mullets of the 
first, 2nd and 3rd az. three garbs or, 
a crescent erm. for difference. Camp- 
bell of Avisyard (1844). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu., in 
the centre chief point a covered cup 
and in base a hunting-horn or, within 
a bordure engrailed of the last ; on a 
canton quarterly 1st and 4th arg., on a 
fess az. three mullets of the first, 2nd 
and 3rd az. three garbs or, in the 
centre chief point a crescent erm. 
Campbell of Catrine (1854). 

Gyronny of eight wavy erm. and gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Brown OF 
Waterhauchs (1806). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter 
for Campbell of Loudoun) ; over all on 
an escutcheon arg. an orange proper, 
stalked and slipped vert, ensigned 
with an imperial crown. Earl of 
Marchmont (2nd matric. 1765). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and sa. 
Campbell of Ottar (1791). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and sa. on 
the last four mullets arg. Campbell 
of Smiddygreen (1792). 

Gyronny of eight erm. and sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). RUSSELL OF 
Rathen (1778). 

Gyronny of eight gu. and erm. 
with a crescent on the centre. Camp- 
bell of Lawers, third son of James, 
Earl of Loudoun (1742 ?). 

Gyronny of eight gu. and erm. 
within a bordure wavy vert. Charles 
Campbell, third son of Campbell of 
Barbieston (1768). 



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GYRONNV— HAND 



Gyronny — continued. 

Gyronny of eight gu. and erm. (4th 
quarter). CAMPBELL OF SKERRING- 
TON. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and gu., a lion 
rampant or within a bordure of the 
last charged with three bears' heads, 
two in chief and one in base, couped 
az., muzzled arg., and two hands fess- 
ways in fess holding daggers erect of 
the second. Matheson of Achany 
(1842). 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within a 
bordure of the second. Campbell 
of Ardkinlas. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or, a bor- 
dure of the first charged with eight 
crescents of the second. Campbell 
of Ardentinny. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within 
a bordure of the second charged with 
eight crescents of the first. Camp- 
bell OF AUCHAVILLING. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within 
a bordure invected of the first charged 
with eight crescents of the second. 
Campbell of Carrick. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within 
a bordure engrailed of the second 
charged with eight crescents of the 
first. Campbell of Inellan. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within a 
bordure vair. Campbell of Lawers. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within 
a bordure indented of the first 
charged with eight crescents of the 
second. Campbell of Skipnes (1st 
matric. . . .) 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or, a cres- 
cent in the centre, all within a bor- 
dure vair. Campbell of Clathick 

(1757). 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within 
a bordure crenelle of the first charged 
with eight crescents of the second. 
Duncan Campbell, Bailie of Ila 
(1761). 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within a 
bordure engrailed quarterly or and az. 
charged with eight buckles counter- 
changed. Alexander Campbell, 
Comptroller of Customs, Port-Glas- 
gow (1806). 



Gyronny — continued. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Campbell of 
Lochnell (1st matric.) 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Mactavish of 
Dunardry (1793). 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure or. 
Mactavish of Gartbeg (1793). 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or within 
a bordure of the second (4th quarter 
for Campbell). CALLANDER OF 
Craigforth (2nd matric. 1875). 

Halberts (2). 

Arg. two halberts saltire-ways az. 
ECCLES OF KlLDONAN. 

Arg. two halberts saltire-ways az. 
within a bordure gu. Eccles OF 
Shanock. 
Hammer. 

Ten coats, 3, 3, 3, and 1 in base, 
viz. — 1st, az. a hammer in pale and in 
chief a crown, both ppr., for the 
smiths ; 2nd, a pair of scissors ex- 
panded in saltire, their points in chief, 
for the tailors ; 3rd, az. a leopard's 
head affrontee ppr. holding a shuttle 
in his mouth arg. for the weavers ; 
4th, a ship ready to be launched 
ppr., ensigned with the colours of 
Scotland, for the ship carpenters ; 5th, 
az. a wright's square and a pair of 
compasses, their legs interlaced ppr., 
for the wrights ; 6th, az. an axe and 
adze in saltire ppr. for the coopers ; 
7th, az. a cutting knife erected, 
and in chief a coronet ppr. for 
the shoemakers ; 8th, az. a mason's 
square and a pair of compasses, their 
legs interlaced arg., for the masons ; 
9th, az. a pair of large dressing 
scissors, their points in chief, a little 
expanded arg., for the dyers and 
dressers ; 10th, az. a heckle arg., for 
the hecklers. Incorporated Trades 
of Stornoway (1772). 
Hand. 

Arg. a sinister hand holding an 
oaken baton pale -ways ppr., sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. 

AlKMAN OF CAIRNIE. 



HAND 



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Hand — continued. 

Arg. a hand issuing out of the 
dexter side of the shield grasping a 
garland ensigned with an imperial 
crown ppr., on a chief gu. two thistles 
arg. WORDIE OF TORBRECKS. 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways holding a dagger in pale gu. 
between three quatrefoils sa., on a 
chief az. as many quatrefoils or. 
Martin White (1762). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped ap- 
paume gu. (1st quarter). Colin 
MacLarty, M.D., Provost of 
Campbeltown ( 1 8 1 9). 

Arg. a dexter hand issuing from the 
sinister side ppr. holding a cross cross- 
let fitchee az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
M'Naghten of Upper Clogher, 
co. Antrim (1809). 

Arg. a dexter hand fess-ways ppr. 
holding a cross crosslet pale-ways 
fitchee az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Edmund Alexander M'Naghton, 
Beardiville, Ireland (18 18). 

Arg. a dexter hand fess-ways ppr. 
holding a cross crosslet fitchee az. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Sir FRANCIS 
Workman Macnaghten, co. An- 
trim (1832). 

Arg. a dexter hand fess-ways couped 
ppr. holding a cross crosslet fitchee 
az. (1st and 4th quarters). M'Nagh- 
ten of Bushmills House, co. An- 
trim (1845). 

Arg. a dexter hand fess - ways 
couped ppr. holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Macnaghten of Dundarave, co. 
Antrim (1878). 

Arg. a dexter hand fess-ways couped 
grasping a dagger in pale gu. (2nd 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters). 
Campbell M'Iver of Asknish (1st 
matric. 1769). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped in fess 
grasping a dagger in pale gu. (2nd 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters). 
M'Iver Campbell of Asknish (2nd 
matric. 1853). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped in 
fess grasping a dagger in pale gu. 
(2nd quarter of 1st and 4th grand 



Hand — continued. 

quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
The Rev. Peter Colin Campbell, 
Professor in Aberdeen (1st matric. 
1854): the same arms without the 
bordure, Principal Campbell, 
Aberdeen (2nd matric. 1867). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways grasping a dagger erect gu. 
(2nd quarter of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). M'Iver Campbell of 
Asknish (3rd matric. 1881, 4th do. 
1884). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways grasping a man's heart pale- 
ways gu. (2nd quarter of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters), the latter within a 
bordure gu. charged with eight 
annulets or. Keir-Mackintosh of 
Dalmigavie, co. Inverness (1882). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped in 
pale gu. (2nd quarter). William 
M'Bean, Inverness. 

Arg. a sinister hand in pale couped 
at the wrist gu. (2nd quarter). ALEX- 
ANDER Farquharson of Inver- 

CAULD. 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways grasping a man's heart pale- 
ways gu. (2nd quarter), all within a 
bordure gu. charged with eight 
annulets or. Mackintosh of Aber- 
arder. 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways grasping a man's heart pale- 
ways gu. (2nd quarter). Macintosh 
of that Ilk. 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways holding a cross patee pale-ways 
gu. (2nd quarter). MACLAUCHLAN 
of that Ilk. 

Arg. a sinister hand couped fess- 
ways in chief gu., and in the base 
wavy az. a salmon naiant of the first 
(2nd quarter). M'Neil OF Tear- 
FARGUS. 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways gu. holding a cross patee sa. 
(2nd quarter). M'Lachlan of 
Kilchoan (1758). 

Arg. a dexter hand and arm issuing 
from the sinister in fess gu. holding 
a cross crosslet fitchee in pale az. 

K 



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HAND 



Hand — continued. 

(2nd quarter). MacLean OF COLL 
(1803). 

Arg. a sinister hand couped fess- 
ways in chief gu. and in base wavy 
az. a salmon naiant of the first (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
Sir John M'Neill, G.C.B. (1840). 

Arg. a sinister hand couped fess- 
ways in chief gu., on a base wavy az. 
a salmon naiant of the first (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure erm. 
Lord Colonsay (1867). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways holding a cross crosslet fitche'e 
in pale gu. (2nd quarter) ; over all on 
a fess sa. an eagle's head couped 
arg., beaked gu., between two sprays 
of maple slipped or. William 
Stone Macdonald, Blinkbonny, 
Canada (1886). 

Arg. a dexter hand fess-ways ppr. 
holding a cross crosslet fitche'e az. 
(1st and 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters). MacBrayne OF 
Glenbranter (1871). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped in fess 
grasping a dagger erect gu. (2nd 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
charged with three cushions gu. 
IVERACH OF WlDEFORD (1867). 

Arg. a hand issuing out of the 
dexter side of the shield holding a 
bow in full bend shooting an arrow 
all ppr. (3rd quarter). Alexander 
Coutts, H.M. Heritable Usher for 
Scotland (1758). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways ppr. holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee sa. (4th quarter), all within a 
bordure gu. William Mackinnon, 
Antigua (patent 1726, recorded 18 10). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess-ways 
ppr. holding a cross crosslet fitchee 
in pale sa. (4th quarter). William 
Alexander Mackinnon, Albany 
House, Middlesex (181 1). 

Arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
ways ppr. holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee sa. (4th quarter), all within a 
bordure indented or. Mackinnon 
of Strathaird, co. Argyle (1889). 



Hand — continued. 

Az. a dexter hand vambraced and 
grasping a sword erected in pale arg., 
hiked and pommelled or, between three 
boars' heads couped of the third and 
langued gu. Gordon of Park. 

Az. a dexter hand couped at the 
wrist fess-ways arg. holding a cross 
crosslet fitchee pale-ways gu. (2nd 
quarter). Ronald (Macdonald), 
Marquess of Antrim. 

Az. a dexter hand couped fess-ways 
holding a cross crosslet fitchee pale- 
ways arg. (2nd quarter), all within a 
bordure quarterly gu. and arg. Mr. 
Philip Macdonald Bowie, Minister 
at the Hague. 

Az. a sinister hand in pale couped 
at the wrist arg. (2nd quarter), in the 
fess point a crescent gu. Farquhar 
of Monzie. 

Az. a dexter hand vambraced 
grasping a sword erected in pale 
arg. between three boars' heads 
couped or, langued gu. (3rd quarter 
for Gordon), all within a bordure 
wavy or. Grant of Rothiemurchus 

(1755)- 

Gu. a dexter hand issuing out of 
the base holding a sword erected in 
pale ppr. thrusting through a dragon 
reguardant in fess or, within a bor- 
dure wavy arg. Abraham Mac- 
beth, London. 

Gu. a dexter hand couped in fess 
ppr. holding a cross crosslet fitchee in 
pale or, between three wolves' heads 
erased arg. Robertson of Lude 

(1779)- 

Gu. a dexter hand couped ppr. 
holding a sword arg. between two 
broken hammers or ( 1 st and 4th quar- 
ters). Nasmyth of Posso. 

Or, a dexter hand couped in fess 
gu. holding a cross crosslet fitchee of 
the last (2nd quarter). Macdonald 
of Moidart. 

Or, a dexter hand issuing from the 
sinister ppr. holding a cross crosslet 
fitche'e gu. (2nd quarter). Macdonald 
of Largie (1765). 

Or, a dexter hand couped fess-ways 
holding a cross crosslet fitche'e in pale 



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131 



Hand — continued. 

gu. (2nd quarter). MACDONALD OF 
Clanranald (18 10). 

Or, a dexter hand fess-ways couped 
at the wrist holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee gu. (2nd quarter). MAC- 
DONALD OF CRAIG-NA-GOWER ( I 875). 

Or, a dexter hand couped fess-ways 
holding a dagger in pale ppr. (gu. ?) 
(2nd quarter). MACKINTOSH OF 
Kyllachy (1886). 

Or, a dexter hand couped fess-ways 
holding a dagger pale-ways in chief gu. 
and a galley, oars in saltire, in base 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within 
a bordure vairy. MACKINTOSH OF 
CONNADGE. 

Or, a dexter hand couped fess-ways 
holding a dagger pale-ways in chief 
gu. and a galley, oars in saltire, in 
base sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure gu. Mackintosh 
of Kyllachy. 

Or, a dexter hand couped in fess 
holding a cross crosslet fitchee gu. 
(2nd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). MACGREGOR, alias MUR- 
RAY of Napier Ruskie (1797). 

Or, a dexter hand erect couped 
within an orle of nine fetterlocks gu. 
(4th quarter). M'Neil of Barra 
(1st matric. 1806). 

Or, a dexter hand erect couped 
within an orle of nine fetterlocks gu. 
(4th quarter). M'NEIL OF BARRA 
(2nd matric. 1824). 
Hands (2). 

Arg. two sinister hands appaume 
couped gu. in chief and a dagger, 
point downward, ppr. in base. Wil- 
liam Nelson, Salisbury Green, Edin- 
burgh (1872). 

Arg. two sinister hands appaume 
couped gu. in chief and a dagger, 
point downward, in base, within a 
bordure az. THOMAS NELSON, St. 
Leonard's Park, Edinburgh (1872). 

Gu. two hands issuing from the 
base in bend dexter grasping a sword 
in bend sinister, broken at the point, 
ppr. (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
a bordure embattled arg. ; in the 
centre chief point, pendant from a 



Hands (2) — continued. 

mural crown or by a ribbon gu., fim- 
briated az., a cross pattee gold. 
Major-Gen. James Kempt (18 14). 

Hands (3). 

Arg. three dexter hands couped 
within a bordure gu. Matheson 
or Macmathon of Ardintoul 

(1841). 

Az. three dexter hands, each grasp- 
ing a bunch of arrows arg., and in 
base an imperial crown or, a chief 
gyronny of eight of the last and sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Macon- 
ochie Wellwood of Garvock and 
Meadowbank (1854). 

Az. in chief three dexter hands, each 
grasping a bunch of arrows ppr., and 
in base an imperial crown or, within 
a bordure gyronny of eight of the last 
and sa. Maconochie of Meadow- 
bank (18 19). 

Gu. three dexter hands couped and 
disposed bend-ways arg., 2 and 1, 
within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. Greig of Ballingry. 

Gu. three dexter hands couped ap- 
paume arg. within a bordure or. 
Greig of Eccles (1820). 

Gu. three dexter hands erect couped 
arg., within a bordure or charged 
with as many martlets sa. Greig of 
Lethangie (1846). 
Hare. 

Az. a hare salient arg. with a 
hunting - horn about his neck vert, 
garnished gu. Cleland of that 
Ilk. Major William Cleland, 
Commissioner of Customs. 

Az. a hare salient arg. with a 
hunting-horn about his neck gu., 
garnished and stringed or, on a chief 
of the second a sword fess-ways of the 
first. Cleland of Faskin. 

Az. a hare salient and guardant 
arg. with a hunting-horn about his 
neck vert, garnished gu., within a 
bordure counter-componyof the second 
and first. ROBERT CLELAND, writer, 
Edinburgh. 

Az. a hare salient arg. with a 
hunting-horn about his neck vert, 
garnished and stringed or, within a 



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HARE— HEAD 



Hare — continued. 

bordure wavy of the second charged 
with three crescents and as many 



roses 
William 
(1692). 
Az. a 



interchanged 



Cleland, 



Professor 
Barbadoes 



hare 



hunting - horn 



salient arg. with a 
vert, garnished and 
stringed gu., about his neck, a chief 
embattled of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters). Cleland - Henderson 
of Roke Manor, co. Hants. (2nd 
matric. 1886). 

Az. a hare salient arg. with a 
hunting - horn vert, garnished and 
stringed gu., about his neck, in chief 
two crescents of the second (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Cleland). Cleland- 
Henderson of Roke Manor, co. 
Hants. ( 1 st matric. 1882). 

Harp. 

Az. an Irish harp or, stringed arg. 
(3rd quarter) ; over all in chief a file 
of three lambeaux arg. James, Duke 
of Albany and York [James 
VII.] 

HEAD. 

Head, Bear's. 

Arg. a bear's head couped az., 
muzzled gu., between three moors' 
heads couped sa., banded of the 
second. Mrs. Jean Morison 
Campbell - Miller - Morison of 
Hetland, co. Dumfries (1888). 

Az. a bear's head couped arg., 
muzzled gu., between two fleurs de 
lys in chief and a fir tree eradicated in 
base or, 
of Lanarkshire (1852) 



Archibald Alison, Sheriff 



arg., 
three 
Ross 



Gu. a bear's head couped 
muzzled of the first, between 
lioncels rampant of the second. 
of Knockbreck. 

Gu. a bear's head couped arg., 
muzzled az., between three antique 
crowns or. Grant OF Shewglie 
(1st matric. 1776). 
Head, Boar's. 

Arg. a boar's head erased, and in 
chief three mullets chevron-ways az. 
Cochran of Balbarchan. 

Arg. a boar's head erased, and in 
chief a crescent between two mullets 



Head, Boar's — continued. 

disposed chevron-ways az. Cochran 

OF ROCKSOLES. 

Arg. a boar's head erased sa., armed 
or. Garden of that Ilk. 

Arg. a boar's head erased sa. be- 
tween three mullets gu. Mr. Wil- 
liam Garden of . . . 

Arg. a boar's head erased sa. be- 
tween three cross crosslets fitchee gu., 
within a bordure counter-compony of 
the second and first. Mr. James 
Garden, minister at Balmerino. 

Arg. a boar's head erased between 
two barrulets gu. Spence of Berri- 
hole. 

Arg. a boar's head couped between 
three crescents sa. Tennend of 
Cairnes. 

Arg. a boar's head couped in chief 
and two crescents in base, all within a 
bordure sa. Tennend of Lennes. 

Arg. a boar's head couped sa. be- 
tween three crescents of the last. 
Dr. William Tennent, Bombay 
(1778). 

Arg. a boar's head couped between 
three crescents sa. Tennent of Pool 

(1813). 

Arg. a boar's head erased sa. be- 
tween three mullets gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure wavy 
az. Captain John Gardyne ( 1 733). 

Arg. a boar's head erased az., armed 
and langued gu. (2nd quarter). 
Campbell of Lochnell (1st matric.) 

Arg. a boar's head erased sa., armed 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters) ; over all 
on an inescutcheon az. three escallops 
within a bordure engrailed or, impal- 
ing arg., on a saltire engrailed az. three 
escallops of the first, all within a bor- 
dure az. Fairholm of Greenhill 

(1750- 

Az. a boar's head erased between 

three mascles or. KlNLOCH OF 

Aberbothrie. 

Az. a boar's head erased arg., armed 
gu., between three mullets of the 
second. Mow of Eastmains. 

Az. a boar's head couped arg., on a 
chief -of the second two mullets gu. 
Thomas Shand, Aberdeen. 



HEAD 



133 



Head, Boar's — continued. 

Az. a boar's head couped arg., on a 
chief of the second three mullets gu., 
all within a bordure indented erm. 
charged with three escutcheons, two 
in chief and one in base of the third. 
Rev. George Shand (1856). 

Az. a boar's head couped arg., on 
a chief of the second a mullet between 
two chess rooks sa. Smith-Shand 
of Templeland, co. Aberdeen 
(1876). 

Az. a boar's head erased between 
three mascles or, in the middle chief 
point a crescent of the last (1st quar- 
ter). KlNLOCH OF KlNLOCH (1873). 

Az. a boar's head couped arg., on a 
chief of the last three mullets gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Shand OF 
Arnhall (18 1 7). 

Az. a boar's head erased between 
three mascles or (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). KlNLOCH OF GlLMERTON 
(1829). 

Az. a boar's head couped or (3rd 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure gu. charged 
with eight annulets or. Keir Mackin- 
tosh of Dalmigavie, co. Inverness 
(1882). 

Az. a boar's head couped or (2nd 
quarter). Campbell of Lochnell 
(2nd matric. 1808). 

Az. a boar's head couped or (3rd 
quarter). MACINTOSH OF THAT Ilk. 

Az. a boar's head couped or (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
charged with eight annulets or. 
Mackintosh of Aberarder. 

Az. a boar's head couped or (3rd 
quarter). Mackintosh of Kinrara. 

Erm. a boar's head couped gu., 
armed or. Craig of Gearsay. 

Gu. a boar's head couped or within 
a bordure nebuly of the second. 
William Chisholm, writer, Edin- 
burgh. 

Gu. a boar's head couped between 
three antique crowns or. Grant of 
Ballindalloch (1st matric.) 

Gu. a boar's head couped between 
three antique crownsor,withinabordure 
of the second. Grant of Darlway. 



Head, Boar's — continued. 

Gu. a boar's head erased between 
three mullets in chief and as many 
cross crosslets fitchee in base or, 
within a bordure arg. Sutherland 
of Kinsterie (1st matric. . . .) 

Gu. a boar's head couped or, langued 
az. Chisholm of Comer (1760). 

Gu. a boar's head couped between 
three antique crowns or. Grant OF 
Wester Elchies (181 i). 

Gu. a boar's head couped or. 
Chisholm of Chisholm (1st matric. 
18 16, 2nd do. 1 831). 

Gu. a boar's head couped or. MRS. 
Mary Chisholm or Gooden (1827). 

Gu. a boar's head couped or. Mrs. 
Chisholm Batten (i860). 

Gu. a boar's head couped or. 
James Chisholm Gooden - Chis- 
holm, London (1887). 

Gu. a boar's head couped arg., on a 
chief of the second three mullets az. 
Lord Shand (1892). 

Gu. a boar's head and neck couped 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters). Scott 
Chisholm of Stirches (1853). 

Gu. a boar's head couped arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Mackenzie of 
Coull (1st matric.) 

Gu. a boar's head couped or, armed 
arg., langued az. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters), all within a bordure nebuly arg. 
John Mackenzie, third son of Coull 
(1694). 

Gu. a boar's head couped arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Mackenzie of 
Coull (2nd matric. 1800). 

Gu. a boar's head cabossed or be- 
tween a crescent and a spur-revel in 
fess arg. (4th quarter). Captain 
Alexander Campbell, H.E.I.C.S. 
(1st matric. 181 5). 

Gu. a boar's head couped or be- 
tween a crescent and a spur-revel in 
fess arg. (4th quarter). Captain 
Alexander Campbell, H.E.I.C.S. 
(2nd matric. 1816). 

Gu. a boar's head cabossed or be- 
tween a crescent and a spur-revel in 
fess arg. (4th quarter). Campbell 
OF DUNSTAFFNAGE(ist matric. 1836). 

Gu. a boar's head cabossed or 



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HEAD 



Head, Boar's — continued. 

between a crescent and spur-revel in 
fess arg. (4th quarter). Campbell of 
Dunstaffnage (2nd matric. 1889). 

Or, a boar's head erased sa., armed 
gu. Garden of Troup. 

Or, a boar's head erased sa., on a 
chief of the second three escallops of 
the first. Graham of Newark. 

Or, a boar's head couped gu. be- 
tween three water-bougets, all within 
a bordure sa. Ross of Auchlossin. 

Or, a boar's head couped gu. be- 
tween three water-bougets sa. Rose 

OF KlLRAVOCK. 

Or, a boar's head couped gu. be- 
tween three water-bougets sa., within 
a bordure of the second charged with 
six mullets of the first. Mr. John 
ROSS OF Insch, minister at Foverane. 
Or, a boar's head couped gu. be- 
tween three water-bougets sa., within 
a bordure indented of the second. 
Ross of Markinch. 

Or, a boar's head couped gu. be- 
tween three water-bougets sa., all 
within a bordure of the last charged 
in chief and base with three padlocks 
arg. and in the flanks with two swords 
erected ppr., hiked and pommelled of 
the field. John Ross, Professor in 
Aberdeen (1779). 

Or, a boar's head couped gu. be- 
tween three water-bougets sa., all 
within a bordure az. charged with 
three garbs and as many boars' heads 
couped alternately of the field. ROSE 
of Ballevit (1780). 

Or, a boar's head couped gu., armed 
arg., between three water-bougets sa., 
all within a bordure of the last charged 
with three crescents of the third. 
Jacob Ross, Poland (1786). 

Or, a boar's head couped gu. be- 
tween three water-bougets sa., on a 
chief of the second three maple leaves 
of the first. William Rose, Hunting- 
don, Canada (1872). 

Or, a boar's head couped gu., on a 
chief sa. three escallops of the first 
( 1 st and 4th quarters). Graham of 
Orchill. 

Vert, a boar's head erased arg. 



Head, Boar's — continued. 

holding in its mouth the shank bone 
of a deer ppr. (1st quarter), all within 
a bordure gu. William Mackinnon, 
Antigua (1726, recorded 18 10). 

Vert, a boar's head erased arg. 
holding in its mouth the shank bone 
of a deer ppr. (1st quarter for Mac- 
kinnon). William Alexander Mac- 
Kinnon, Albany House, co. Middlesex 
(1S11). 

Vert, a boar's head erased arg. hold- 
ing in its mouth the shank bone of a 
deer ppr. (1st quarter), all within a 
bordure indented or. Mackinnon of 
Strathaird, co. Argyle (1889). 

Head, Bull's. 

Arg. a bull's head between three 
escutcheons gu. within a bordure 
chequy of the second and first (1st and 
4th quarters). Hay of Seggieden 

(1806-1809)- 
Head, Deer's — see Stag's. 
Head, Eagle's. 

Arg. an eagle's head erased between 
three cinquefoils sa. William Borth- 
wick, M.D., representing the family 
of Gordonshall. 

Az. an eagle's head erased between 
three boars' heads erased or. Lord 
Gordon of Drumearn (1879). 

Or, an eagle's head erased gu. 
holding in her beak a laurel branch 
vert. Monro of Bearcrofts. 

Or, an eagle's head erased within a 
bordure wavy gu. Monro of Coull. 

Or, an eagle's head erased gu. 
Monro of Foulis. 

Or, an eagle's head erased gu. 
holding in her beak an olive branch 
vert. Munro of Pitlundie. 

Or, an eagle's head erased within a 
bordure wavy gu. Principal Alex- 
ander Monro, University of Edin- 
burgh. 

Or, an eagle's head erased gu., in 
its beak a branch of laurel ppr., in the 
dexter chief point a sinister hand 
erected, couped at the wrist, of the 
second, all within a bordure engrailed 
az. Professor Alexander Monro, 
M.D. (1780). 

Or, an eagle's head erased gu., in 



MEAD 



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Head, Eagle's — continued. 

its beak a laurel branch ppr., within a 
bordure az. GEORGE MUNRO YR. 
OF AUCHINBOWIE (1802). 

Or, an eagle's head erased gu., 
beaked and langued az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Gun MUNRO OF BRAE- 
MORE (1800). 

Head, Falcon's (Hawk's). 

Or, a falcon's head issuing out of a 
heart ppr. between three mullets az., 
on a chief of the second as many 
besants. Falconer of Balma- 
kellie. 

Or, a falcon's head crowned with an 
antique crown issuing out of a man's 
heart ppr. between three mullets az. 
Falconer of Newton, Lord Presi- 
dent. 

Or, a falcon's head issuing out of 
a heart ppr. between three mullets 
az., all within a bordure of the last 
charged with eight plates. Falconer 
of Phesdo. 

Or a falcon's head issuing from a 
heart ppr. between three mullets az., 
within a bordure vert charged with 
four besants. John Falconer, 
London. 

Or, a falcon's head issuing out of a 
heart ppr. between three mullets az., 
on a chief wavy of the last as 
many besants. Robert Falconer, 
London. 

Az. a falcon's head erased between 
three mullets arg. MURRAY OF 
LOCHLAW. 

Arg. a falcon's head erased be- 
tween three shields gu., all within a 
bordure of the last. Hay of Paris 
(1778). ■ 

Arg. a falcon's head ppr. issuing 
out of a heart gu. between three 
mullets az., within a bordure of the 
last. James John Falconer, Lon- 
don (1868). 

Head, Hart's — see Stag's. 

Head, Hawk's — see Falcon's. 

Head, Horse's. 

Arg. a horse's head couped sa., 
bridled gu. (2nd quarter), all within a 
bordure compony erm. and purpure. 
Campbell of Craigie (1816). 



Head, Leopard's. 

Or, a leopard's head az. within a 
wreath of laurel between two cockerels, 
one in chief and the other in base 
ppr., all between two flanches gu. 
Cockerell of Sezincot, co. Glou- 
cester (181 1). 
Head, Lion's. 

Az. a lion's head erased between 
three garbs within a bordure or. 
John Buchan, advocate (1720). 

Gu. a lion's head erased arg. be- 
tween three crescents or, within a bor- 
dure of the last. Tytler of Wood- 
houselee (1st matric. 1768). 

Gu. a lion's head between three 
wolves' heads, all erased arg. 
Laurence Robertson, banker, Edin- 
burgh (1875). 

Gu. a lion's head erased arg. be- 
tween three crescents or, within a 
bordure of the last (1st quarter for 
Tytler). Fraser-Tytler OF Bal- 
NAIN (1864). 

Gu. a lion's head cabossed arg. be- 
tween three antique crowns or, within 
a bordure of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters). Thomson of Buchromb 

(1787)- 

Gu. a lion's head erased arg. be- 
tween three crescents or within a 
bordure of the last (1st and 4th quar- 
ters), all within a bordure erm. Tyt- 
ler of Woodhouselee (2nd matric. 
1824). 

Or, a lion's head erased within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory gu. 
(2nd quarter). Francis Colebrooke 
Beresford-Drummond, lieut. 7th 
Dragoon Guards (1875). 

Or, a lion's head erased within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure gu. Drummond of Crom- 
lix(i853). 

Or, a lion's head erased gu. within 
a double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters). Earl of 
Kinnoull (2nd matric. 181 1). 

Or, a lion's head erased gu. within 
a double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second (2nd and 3rd quarters of 



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HEAD 



Head. Lion's — continued. 

2nd and 3rd grand quarters). Earl 
OF Kixxoull [impaled by Lyon 
Office, 1823]. 

Or, a lion's head erased gu. within 
a double tressure flory counter-dory of 
the second (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all within 
a bordure gu. Captain Edward 
William Auriol Hay, Lvon Clerk 

(1S24). 1 

Or, a lion's head erased gu. within 
a double tressure flory counter-dory of 
the second (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters), all within 
a bordure erm. Robert William 
Hay (1S24).- 
Head, Man's. 

Gu. a man's head in profile couped 
ppr. between three swords, points up- 
wards, arg. SWORD OF LOXGACRE 

(1870). 

Head, Moor's. 

Az. a moors head couped arg., 
banded gu., between three boars' heads 
erased or, within a bordure engrailed 
of the last. GORDON OF NEWTON 
(1S11). 
Head, Otter's. 

Gu. an otter's head erased arg. be- 
tween two cross crosslets fitchee in 
fess or, on a chief of the second two 
mullets az. Rowaxd of Bellahous- 
tox (1778). 

Gu. an otter's head erased arg. be- 
tween three cross crosslets fitchee or. 
on a chief of the second a crescent of 
the field between two mullets az. 
James Rowaxd, merchant, Moscow 
(I77S). 
Head, Roebuck's. 

Az. a roebuck's head erased ppr. 
between three mullets or. Agxes 
Reid [impaled by Rankine]. 
Head, Salmon's. 

Gu. a salmon's head couped arg. 
with an annulet through the nose ppr. 
between three cinquefoils of the second. 
Hamiltox of Haggs. 

1 Altered on Petition to a coat of four quar- 
ters, of which the above is the second (1824). 

3 Refers to note in immediately preceding 
entry. 



Head, Savage's. 

Arg. a savage's head erased distil- 
ling drops of blood ppr. between three 
combs az. Rochead of Whitsox- 

HILL. 

Arg. a savage's head couped distil- 
ling drops of blood, and thereupon a 
bonnet composed of bay and holly 
leaves, all ppr., within an orle of eight 
martlets sa. Gladstaixs of that 
Ilk. 

Arg. a savage's head full faced, 
couped, distilling drops of blood ppr., 
within an orle of eight martlets sa., 
within a bordure invected gu. Glad- 

STAIXS OF WHITELAW. 

Arg. a savage's head couped distil- 
ling drops of blood, and thereupon a 
bonnet composed of bay and holly 
leaves, all ppr., within an orle of eight 
martlets sa., within a bordure indented 
gu. Halbert Gladstaixs, Edin- 
burgh. 

Arg. a savage's head couped distil- 
ling drops of blood, and thereupon a 
bonnet composed of bay and holly 
leaves ppr., within an orle of eight 
martlets sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Gladstains). Hairstoxs OF CRAIGS. 
Head, Stag's (Buck's, Deer's, Hart's). 

Arg. a stag's head erased and be- 
tween the attires a cross crosslet 
fitchee gu. surmounted with a mullet. 
Cairxcross of Cumsley. 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu. with 
a pheon piercing the same between 
the attirings or. Robert Colt, 
advocate. 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu. and 
between the attires a pheon az., all 
within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. Johx Coutts of . . ., 
Provost of Montrose. 

Arg. a hart's head erased sa., 
attired or, distilling guttes de sang 
ppr. Crawfurd of Comlarg. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
on a chief wavy gu. a crescent between 
two mullets of the field. Thomsox 
of Fairliehope. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
attired with ten tynes gu., in chief 
three cross crosslets fitchee sa. 



HEAD 



137 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

James Thomson, Clerk of Ex- 
chequer. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., on 
a chief wavy gu. a lozenge between 
two mullets of the first. Andrew 
Thomson, advocate, Aberdeen. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
attired gu., on a chief az. a cross 
crosslet between two crescents of the 
first. Robert Thompson, woollen 
draper, London. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
on a chief invected gu. a mullet be- 
tween two crescents of the first. 
David Thomson, portioner of Kettle. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., on 
a chief engrailed gu. a mullet between 
two crescents of the first. James 
Thomson, merchant, Kirkcaldy. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief az. a cross cross- 
let fitchee of the third, all within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
eight escallops of the fourth (sic). 
Alexander Thomson, Bute Pur- 
suivant (1 724-1 765 ?). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
on a chief wavy gu. a lozenge between 
two mullets of the first. Andrew 
Thomson, merchant in Portlethen, 
Aberdeen (1735). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
attired with ten tynes gu., on a chief 
engrailed of the last three mascles or. 
Thomson of Charlton (1740). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
attired gu., on a chief wavy of the 
second a lozenge between two mullets 
of the first. Thomson of Banchory 

(1756). 

Arg. a stag's head erased, with a 
cross crosslet between his attires gu., 
in chief a label and in base a crescent 

az. COULT OF AULDHAME (1757). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired with twelve tynes or, on a 
chief wavy az. a cross crosslet of the 
first between an anchor in the dexter 
and a billet in the sinister of the third. 
Thomson of Logie (1760). 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu., with 
a pheon between the attires az., 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

within a bordure crenelle of the last 
charged with four buckles or. Pat- 
rick COUTTS, London (1 761 ). 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu., with 
a pheon az. between the attires, between 
three coots ppr. William Coats, 
merchant, Glasgow (1763). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief az. a cross 
crosslet fitchee of the third between 
two spur-revels of the first. George 
Thomson, London (1766). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, between two cinquefoils erm. 
and a fleur de lys in base az., on a 
chief of the last a cross crosslet fitchee 
between two spur-revels of the third. 
Primrose Thomson, London (1772). 

Arg. a stag's head between three 
otters' heads, all erased gu. FULLER- 
TON OF ROSEMOUNT (1773). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief az. a cross 
crosslet fitchee of the third between 
two mullets of the field. THOMSON 
of Caltonhill (1775). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
on a chief engrailed az. a cross 
crosslet fitchee or between two spur- 
revels of the field. John Thomson, 
Secretary to the Board of Excise 

(1781). 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu. 
charged on the neck with a crescent 
or, between his attires a pheon az., 
all between three coots ppr. Archi- 
bald Coats, Glasgow (1798). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief az. a cross 
crosslet fitchee or between two spur- 
revels of the first. THOMSON OF 
Roehampton, co. Surrey (181 1). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief of the second 
a golden fleece between two spur- 
revels of the third. THOMSON OF 
Fairley (1841). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief az. a moor's 
head couped at the neck between 
two spur-revels of the first. THOM- 
SON of Northwoodside (1845). 



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HEAD 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 
on a chief az. a cross crosslet fitchee 
between two roses slipped of the 
first. Captain Robert Thomas 
Thomson (1854). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed az., 
attired or, on a chief gu. three 
mullets of the first. THOMSON OF 
Bonaly, co. Midlothian (1874). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
on a chief az. a thunderbolt ppr., 
winged or, between two spur-revels of 
the first. Sir William Thomson 
(Lord Kelvin) (1892). 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure quarterly gu. and arg. 
Patrick George Crawford (1779). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on . a chief az. a cross 
crosslet fitchde of the third between 
two spur-revels of the first (1st and 
4th quarters). Deas THOMSON OF 
Norton (18 10). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief az. a cross 
crosslet of the third between two 
spur-revels of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Lieut. Francis Ringler 
Thomson, R.E. (1825). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief az. a cross 
crosslet of the third between two spur- 
revels of the first, within a bordure 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). JOHN 
Ringler Thomson, attorney (1825). 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu. and 
between the attires a pheon az. (2nd 
quarter). Alexander Coutts, H.M. 
Heritable Usher for Scotland (1758). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
on a chief az. a crescent of the field 
between two mullets or (2nd quarter 
for Thomson). John Duthy, Win- 
chester, eldest son of Drumlathie 

(1773)- 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed, attired 

with ten tynes gu., on a chief az. a 

cross crosslet fitchde or between two 

spur- revels of the first (2nd and 3rd 

quarters). MILLER OF Gourlabank. 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed ppr., 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

within a bordure chequy az. and of 
the field, on a chief of the third {sic) 
a boar's head couped or between two 
mullets of the field (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). THOMSON OF BUCHROMB 

(1787). 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu., 
between his attires a cross crosslet 
fitchee sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Crawford of Auchinames (1st 
matric. 1789). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief engrailed az. a 
cross crosslet fitchee between two 
mullets of the third (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Mactavish of Dun- 

ARDRY (1793). 

Arg. a stag's head cabossed gu., 
attired or, on a chief engrailed az. a 
cross crosslet fitchee between two 
mullets of the third, all within a 
bordure of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). M ACTAVISH of Gartbeg 

(1793)- 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). CRAUFURD of 
Auchinames (2nd matric. 1879). 

Arg. a stag's head erased gu., 
between the attires a cross crosslet 
fitchde of the last (3rd quarter). 
Alexander George Home of 
Whitfield, M.D. (1874). 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or. 
Earl of Seaforth. 

Az. a stag's head erased arg., 
attired with ten tynes or, between 
the attires a cross crosslet fitchee of 
the third. Cairncross of Balma- 
shanner. 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or, 
within a bordure embattled arg. 
Mackenzie of Fairburn. 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or, 
within a bordure of the second 
charged with eight crescents of the 
first. Mackenzie of Findon. 

Az. a hart's head cabossed and at- 
tired or, a highland dirk (ppr.) shafted 
gu. between the attirings. Mac- 
kenzie OF HlLLTOWN. 

Az. a hart's head cabossed and 
attired with ten tynes or, within a 



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139 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

bordure chequy of the second and 
first. Mackenzie of Reidcastle. 

Az. a deer's head cabosscd be- 
tween two laurel branches disposed 
in orle or. Mackenzie of Rose- 
haugh. 

Az. a hart's head cabossed and 
attired with ten tynes or, within a 
bordure embattled of the second. 
M'Kenzie of Suddie. 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or, 
between his attires a spur-revel erm. 
Mackenzie of Ardross (1798). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or, 
between his attires a mullet arg., 
within a bordure quarterly of the 
last and the second, the former em- 
battled, the latter engrailed. Cap- 
tain Colin Mackenzie (1805). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed within 
a bordure or charged with three 
mullets sa. Mackenzie of Loch- 
wards (1834). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed between 
eight stars, 3, 2, 2, and 1, or, within 
a bordure erm. William Robert 
Baillie, W.S. (1858). 

Az. a stag's head of ten tynes 
cabossed arg., a chief embattled of 
the last. M'Barnet of Torridon 
(1865). 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or 
(1st quarter). Mackenzie of Scat- 
well (1st matric. . . .) 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or (1st 
quarter) ; over all an escutcheon gu. 
charged with three antique crowns or. 
Captain Alexander Mackenzie, 
second son of Scatwell. 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or 
(1st quarter). Mackenzie of Scat- 
well (2nd matric. 181 1). 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or 
(1st and 4th quarters) Mackenzie 
of Coull (1st matric. . . ., 2nd 
do. 1800). 

Az. a hart's head cabossed and 
attired with ten tynes or (1st and 4th 
quarters). Mackenzie of Gairloch. 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Mackenzie of 
KlLCOY (1st matric.) 



Head, Stag's — co7itinued. 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all a crescent 
arg. for difference. Mackenzie of 
Scotsburn. 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Mackenzie of 
Applecross (1st matric. 1756). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all in the 
centre of the shield a wolf's head 
erased or. Mackenzie of Seaton 

(1789). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. charged with three mullets arg. 
Lieut.-Col. Kenneth Mackenzie 
(1805). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Falconer Mac- 
kenzie of Allangrange (18 1 7). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
or. Mackenzie of Applecross 
(2nd matric. 1825). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed sur- 
mounted of a mullet between the 
attires, all or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Mackenzie of Kilcoy (2nd matric. 

1837). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or and 
in chief three boars' heads couped of 
the second (1st and 4th quarters). 
Shaw Mackenzie of Newhall 

(i357). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed quarterly arg. and gu. 
charged with three mullets counter- 
changed. Charles Douglas Mac- 
kenzie, Udney House, co. Middlesex 
(i860). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all in the centre 
a wolf's head erased or, within a bor- 
dure parted per pale of the last and 
arg. Colin Mackenzie, W.S. (1873). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or, 
between the attires a mullet of the 
last (1st and 4th quarters). BURTON- 
Mackenzie of Kilcoy, co. Ross 
(3rd matric. 1887). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 



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HEAD 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

and 4th quarters). Stewart- Mac- 
kenzie of Seaforth (1890). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters). 
Mackenzie of Scatwell (3rd 
matric. 1844). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or, 
within a bordure of the last charged 
with eight crescents of the first (4th 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters 
for Mackenzie of Findon). Mac- 
kenzie of Scatwell (3rd matric. 
1844). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (2nd 
quarter). Callander of Craig- 
FORTH (1st matric. 1764). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (2nd 
quarter), in the centre of the shield a 
boar's head couped or. Lieut.-Col. 
Jabez Mackenzie (1806). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (2nd 
quarter). Miss Hay Mackenzie of 
Cromartie (1849). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or 
between three spur-revels arg. (2nd 
quarter for Dingwall). Dingwall 

FORDYCE OF BRUCKLAY (1846). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters of 2nd grand quar- 
ter for Mackenzie). CALLANDER OF 
Craigforth (2nd matric. 1875). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
nebuly quarterly gu. and arg. MURE 
Mackenzie of Delvine (1st matric. 
1785, 2nd do. 1830). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or be- 
tween three spur-revels arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Dingwall). Ding- 
wall FORDYCE OF CULSH (1812). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed within a 
bordure embattled or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Mackenzie of Suddy). 
Mackenzie of Scatwell (3rd 
matric. 1844). 

Az. a stag's head erased attired of 
ten tynes or within a bordure arg. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Rcid). 
James Cuthbert, Australia (1869). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure arg. 
charged with four eastern crowns gu. 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

Lieut. -Gen. Sir Charles Mac- 
Leod, K.C.B. (1853). 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or (2nd 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter), the 
latter within a bordure erm. Stewart 
OF GRANDTULLY (2nd matric. 1839). 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or (3rd 
quarter). MACLEOD OF MUIRAVON- 

SIDE (1730- 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or within 
a bordure of the second charged with 
eight crescents of the first (4th 
quarter). Mackenzie of Scatwell 
(1st matric.) 

Az. a deer's head cabossed or 
within a bordure (of the second) 
charged with eight crescents of the 
first (4th quarter) ; over all an escut- 
cheon gu. charged with three antique 
crowns or. Captain Alexander 
Mackenzie, second son of Scatwell 

(1759)- 

Az. a stag's head cabossed or within 
a bordure of the last charged with 
eight crescents of the first (4th 
quarter). MACKENZIE OF SCATWELL 
(2nd matric. 181 1). 

Gu. a stag's head cabossed or, 
in the honour point two greyhounds 
counter-salient arg. collared of the first 
and second, together with three fleurs 
de lys of the second, two in chief and 
the third in base. UDNEY OF THAT 
Ilk (2nd matric. 1 74 1 ?). 

Gu. a stag's head cabossed or 
between two greyhounds salient 
affrontee arg. collared of the field, 
in chief and base (sic) three fleurs de 
lys of the second. Udney of that 
Ilk (3rd matric. 1789). 

Gu. a stag's head erased between 
three antique crowns or, within a 
bordure of the last. Grant of Oak- 
field HOUSE, co. Middlesex (1858). 

Or, a stag's head erased, attired 
with ten tynes sa., within an orle of 
four mullets and as many crescents in- 
terchanged az. Calder of Lyniger. 

Or, a stag's head cabossed sa., 
attired gu. Calder of Southwick 
(1800). 

Or, a stag's head erased gu., between 



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Head, Stag's — continued. 

the attires a pheon az., all between 
three mascles sa. Sir Peter COATS 
(1869). 

Or, a stag's head erased gu., between 
the attires a pheon az., all between 
three mascles sa., within a bordure of 
the last. Coats of Ferguslie ( 1 869). 

Or, a hart's head cabossed sa., at- 
tired gu. ( 1 st quarter), all within a bor- 
dure engrailed or. John Campbell 
OF Moy, Sheriff Depute of Argyll. 

Or, a hart's head cabossed sa., attired 
gu. (1st quarter), all within a bordure 
engrailed gu. Archibald Campbell, 
W.S. 

Or,a hart's head cabossed sa., attired 
gu. (1st quarter). CAMPBELL OF 
Calder (1st matric. . . ., 2nd matric. 
1722 ?). 

Or, a deer's head erased gu. (1st 
quarter). DlROM OF Crichie (1769). 

Or, a stag's head cabossed sa., attired 
gu. (1st quarter). Campbell Hooke 
of Bangeston (1772). 

Or, a stag's head cabossed or (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
nebuly arg. John Mackenzie, third 
son of Coull (1694). 

Or, a hart's head cabossed sa., attired 
gu. (2nd quarter of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
engrailed arg. charged with six 
crescents gu. Alexander Camp- 
bell, Peru (1762). 

Or, a hart's head cabossed sa., attired 
gu. (2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
engrailed az. (arg. ?) charged with 
four crescents gu. Colin Campbell, 
London (now — 1720 — of Moy). 

Or, a stag's head cabossed sa., attired 
gu. (2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
gu. charged with eight crescents arg. 
Campbell of Ardchattan (18 18). 
Alexander Campbell of Gat- 
combe, Isle of Wight (18 1 8). 

Sa. a stag's head erased arg. holding 
in his mouth a mullet or, within a 
bordure of the last charged with three 
escallops of the first. William 
Rodger, merchant, Glasgow (1838). 

Sa. a stag's head erased arg. holding 
in his mouth a mullet or, within a 



Head, Stag's — continued. 

bordure parted per pale of the last 
and erm. charged with three escallops 
of the first. Edward Rodger, Glas- 
gow (1892). 
Head, Unicorn's. 

Az. a unicorn's head erased in chief 
arg., maned and horned or, and a cross 
moline of the second in base between 
ten mullets, 4, 3, 2, and 1, of the 
third. Alston of Westerton 
(1792). 

Vert, a unicorn's head erased arg. 
(3rd quarter); over all on a shield of 
pretence three escutcheons gu. Hay 
of Craignethan. 
Head, Wolf's. 

Az. a wolf's head erased or. BAYNE 
OF TULLOCH. 

Az. a wolf's head erased or within a 
bordure counter-compony of the second 
and first. BAYNE OF Pitcairlie. 

Az. a wolf's head erased or within 
a bordure arg. Captain Michael 
Bain (1784). 

Az. a wolf's head arg. between two 
crescents in chief and a fleur de lys 
in base or. Sir Joseph Noel 
Paton, R.S.A. (1869). 

Az. a wolf's head erased within a 
bordure arg. JOSEPH Bain, late of 
Morriston, Lanarkshire ( 1 8 7 1 ). 

Az. a wolf's head erased or, on a 
chief arg. a salmon on its back ppr. 
with a signet ring in its mouth of the 
second. James Bain of Crofthead, 
co. Cumberland, Lord Provost of 
Glasgow (1876). 

Az. a wolf's head erased arg. (1st 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter). Rid- 
dell of Ardnamurchan (2nd 
matric. 1829). 
HEADS. 
Heads (2), Boars'. 

Gu. two boars' heads erased arg. in 
chief and a dexter arm in armour 
couped below the elbow, the hand 
naked and the forefinger pointing 
upwards in base ppr. John Romans 
of Newton Grange, C.E. (1872). 

Gu. two boars' heads erased in chief 
and a fleur de lys in base arg. James 
Romanes, Dunskaith, co. Ross (1 886). 



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Heads (2), Boars' — continued. 

Or, two boars' heads erased in chief 
gu., in base a mural crown az., in the 
middle chief point a crescent sa. 
Major - General James Edward 
Urquhart (1803). 

Heads (2), Bulls'. 

Arg. two bulls' heads erased in chief 
sa., and in base an oak tree in bend 
sinister surmounted of a sword in 
bend dexter, ensigned with an antique 
crown ppr. GREGOR DRUMMOND 
Turnbull, merchant, Glasgow ( 1869). 

Heads (2), Eagles'. 

Arg. two eagles' heads erased 
respectant in chief gu. and in base 
a salmon naiant ppr. (4th quarter), all 
within a bordure gu. charged with 
two eastern crowns in fess and as 
many mullets in pale or. Sir GEORGE 
Maclean, K.C.B. (1856). 

Heads (2), Wolves'. 

Az. two wolves' heads in chief and 
an escallop in base arg., in the fess 
point a buckle or. Lumsden of 

CUSHING. 

Heads (3), Bears'. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. Lord Forbes. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu., within a bordure ermine, 
a crescent for difference. PROFESSOR 
William Forbes, Glasgow (173 1). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu., within a bordure of the 
second charged with eight fraises of 
the first. Peter Forbes (1734). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. John Fordyce, M.D., 
London (1756). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. ( 1 st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure chequy arg. and gu. 
Forbes of Auchreddy. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters for 
Forbes). Lord Forbes of Pit- 

SLIGO. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled sa. (1st and 4th quarters), a 
crescent surmounted of another for 
difference. Forbes OF Savock. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 



Heads (3), Bears' — continued. 

muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Dingwall Fordyce of Bruck- 
lay. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Forbes of Tolquhane. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters); 
over all an escutcheon arg. charged 
with a sword and key in saltire gu. 
as being Constable of Aberdeen by 
succeeding to the lands of Cairnmucks. 
Forbes of Waterton. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu., with a crescent or charged 
with another of the third for difference 
(1st and 4th quarters). Forbes OF 
Newe (1763). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters for 
Fordyce). Dingwall Fordyce of 

CULSH (l8l2). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Forbes of Newe (2nd matric. 

1833). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 

muzzled gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Forbes-Drummond of Hawthorn- 
den (1828). 

Az. three bears' heads arg., muzzled 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters of 1st and 
4th grand quarters). DRUMMOND OF 
Hawthornden (1862). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd grand quarter). Forbes of 
Pitsligo (2nd matric. 1865). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Forbes of Rires. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu., within a bordure wavy of 
the second (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure gu. charged in chief 
with a lion passant guardant arg. 
imperially crowned ppr. Farquhar- 

SON OF INVEREY (1789). 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Forbes). Drummond of Haw- 
thornden (1823). 



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143 



Heads (3), Bears' — continued. 

Az. three bears' heads couped arg., 
muzzled gu. (1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). FORBES 
of Pitsligo (1st matric. 1783). 

Or, three bears' (sic) heads erased 
gu. Urquhart of Meldrum (2nd 
matric. 1 74 1 ). (1st and 4th quarters) 
Urquhart of Byth (1741). 
Heads (3), Boars'. 

Arg. three boars' heads couped sa. 
within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. Cruickshank of Kirkton 
of Kinkell. 

Arg. three boars' heads erased az., 
armed or. HOG OF BOGEND. 

Arg. three boars' heads couped 
between as many battle-axes gu., in 
the fess point a quatrefoil vert. Alex- 
ander Rankine, Perth [impaling 
Reid]. 

Arg. three boars' heads erased az. 
distilling drops of blood gu. HOG OF 
Bliridryn (1693). 

Arg. three boars' heads erased az., 
armed or. HOG OF NEWLISTON 

(1783). 

Arg. three boars' heads couped sa. 
within a bordure gu. Cruikshank 
of Langley Park (1820). 

Az. three boars' heads or within a 
bordure parted per fess arg. and of 
the second. Gordon of Nether- 
muir. 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
within a bordure parted per pale arg. 
and of the second. John Gordon, 
representing Braco. 

Az. three boars' heads couped within 
a bordure or. GORDON OF PlTLURG. 

Az. three boars' heads couped within 
a bordure or, a crescent for difference. 
John Gordon, M.D., second son of 
Pitlurg. 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
within a bordure wavy of the second 
charged with three unicorns' heads 
erased sa. and as many stags trip- 
ping ppr. interchanged. Alexander 
Gordon, Aberdeen. 

Az. three boars' heads erased arg. 

LOCKHART OF CLEGHORN ( I St 
matric . . .) 



Heads (3), Boars' — continued. 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
within a bordure chequy of the first 
and last. Gordon of Clun y (1753). 

Az. three boars' heads couped within 
a bordure paly or (sic). Gordon of 
Whiteley (1759). 

Az. three boars' heads erased or 
within a bordure of the second charged 
with eight crescents gu. Gordon of 
Holm, "now of Craig, Dingwall 
Pursuivant" (1767). 

Az. three boars' heads erased arg. 
Lockhart OF Cleghorn (2ndmatric. 

1798). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or, 
in chief three fraises arg. Robert 
Gordon, Demerara (1800). 

Az. three boars' heads erased within 
a bordure engrailed or charged with 
three escallops sa. Gordon of 
Aikenhead (1806). 

Az. three boar's heads couped or 
surrounded by a double tressure flory 
counter-flory of the second, all within 
a bordure compony arg. and of the 
first. Gordon of Cairnbulg (181 1). 

Az. three boars' heads couped 
within a bordure or. GORDON Cum- 
ming of Pitlurg (181 i). 

Az. three boars' heads erased or 
within a bordure engrailed arg. 
Alexander Gordon, merchant, 
Glasgow (2nd matric. 181 3). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or, 
on a chief arg. as many mullets of 
six points of the first. Alexander 
Gordon, London (1865). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(1st quarter for Gordon). MARQUESS 
OF HUNTLY (1684). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(1st quarter), all within a bordure 
indented arg. Gordon of Letter- 
furie. 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(1st quarter), all within a bordure sa. 
charged with eight besants. JOHN 
Gordon, merchant, Aberdeen. 

Az. three boars' heads erased arg. 
(1st quarter). Sir WILLIAM Lock- 
hart, Lord Advocate. 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 



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HEADS 



Heads (3), Boars' — continued. 

(ist quarter), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and gu. GORDON OF 
Abergeldie (1676). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter), all within a bordure 
nebuly gu. GORDON OF Dalpholly 

(1697). 

Az. three boars' head couped or, 
armed arg. (ist quarter), all within a 
bordure nebuly gu. Gordon OF 
Invergordon (1756). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter). Gordon of Balmoor 

(1775). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter), all within a bordure 
compony arg. and az. Captain 
Alexander Gordon, R.E. (1845). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or, 
a canton erm. charged with a crescent 
of the second (ist quarter), all within a 
bordure compony arg. and az. Cap- 
tain William Conway Gordon 
(1846). 

Az. three boars' heads erased or 
within a bordure of the last charged 
with eight crescents gu. (ist and 4th 
quarters). GORDON OF Ardmealie 
(1721). 

Az. three boars' heads couped 
within a bordure or (ist and 4th 
quarters). SKENE OF PlTLURG 

(1834)- 

Az. three boars' heads or within a 

bordure sa. (ist and 4th quarters). 
John Taylor Gordon, M.D., Aber- 
deen (1837). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter of ist and 4th grand 
quarters for Gordon), all within a 
bordure or. Gordon of Gordons- 

TOUN. 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter of ist and 4th grand 
quarters), all within a bordure or 
charged with eight crescents az. Mr. 
Robert Gordon of . . ., second son 
of Gordonstoun. 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
within a bordure parted per fess arg. 
and of the second charged with three 
cushions pendant by the corners gu. 



Heads (3), Boars' — continued. 

(2nd quarter). Gordon-Oswald of 
Scotstoun (ist matric. 1865, 2nd 
do. 1878). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters), the latter within a bordure sa. 
charged with eight besants. ROBERT 
Stewart, Aberdeen (1732). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter of 2nd grand quarter), 
the latter within a bordure nebuly 
gu. (for Gordon of Invergordon). 
Fraser of Findrack (1864). 

Az. three boars' heads couped 
within a bordure indented or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). GEORGE Scott 
(OF Gibliston), co. Fife, Steward of 
Orkney (1674). 

Az. three boars' heads couped within 
a double tressure flory counter-flory, 
with thistles, roses, and fleurs de lys 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters). GORDON 
OF Hallhead (1760). 

Az. three boars' heads erased or 
within a bordure engrailed arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). GORDON OF 
Baldorny (1790). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(ist quarter [for Gordon] of 2nd and 
3rd grand quarters for Huntly). 
Earl of Sutherland. 

Az. three boars' heads erased arg. 
between a spear issuing out of the 
dexter base and a Lochaber axe issuing 
out of the sinister, both erect in pale 
of the second (3rd quarter). Camp- 
bell of Skerrington. 

Az. three boars' heads erased or 
(3rd quarter for Gordon of Auchen- 
reath). Robert Taylor, H.E.I.C.S. 
(1812). 

Az. three boars' heads couped or 
(4th quarter). County of Aberdeen 
(1890). 

Gu. three boars' heads erased and 
issuing out of the dexter and sinister 
base a lance and Lochaber axe erected 
in pale arg. Rankine of Orchard- 
head. 

Gu. three boars' heads erased or, 
armed and langued arg., on a chief of 
the third a chevron sa. between three 



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Heads (3), Boars' — continued. 

martlets of the first. Robert Ranken, 
keeper of the Lyon Records (1795). 

Gu. three boars' heads erased and 
issuing out of the dexter and sinister 
base a lance and Lochaber axe in pale 
ar &- (3 r d quarter for Rankine of 
OrcharcHiead). Little Gilmour of 

LlBERTON AND CRAIGMILLAR ( I St 
matric. 18 10). 

Gu. three boars' heads erased arg., 
issuing out of the dexter base a lance 
and out of the sinister base a Lochaber 
axe, both in pale of the last (3rd 
quarter [for Rankine] of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters). GORDON-GlLMOUR 
OF CRAIGMILLAR, co. Midlothian 
(4th matric. 1887). 

Or, three boars' heads couped sa., 
armed and langued az. CRUICK- 
SHANK OF BERRIHILL. 

Or, three boars' heads erased gu. 
within a bordure quartered sa. and of 
the second. Urquhart of New- 
hall. 

Or, three boars' 1 heads erased gu., 
langued az. Urquhart of Mel- 
drum (2nd matric. 1 741 ). 

Or, three boars' 1 heads erased gu., 
langued az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Urquhart of Byth (1741). 

Or, three boars' heads couped sa., 
armed and langued gu., within a 
bordure of the third. GEORGE CRUICK- 
SHANK, Amsterdam (1759). 
Heads (3), Bulls'. 

Arg. three bulls' heads erased sa., 
armed vert, within a bordure indented 
of the second charged with six 
crescents of the first. Turnbull of 
Smiddiehill. 

Arg. three bulls' heads erased sa., 
armed vert, within a bordure indented 
of the second. Turnbull of 
Strickathrow. 

Arg. three bulls' heads erased sa., 
armed vert, within a bordure indented 
and chequy of the second and first. 
James Turnbull (1696). 
Heads (3), Eagles'. 

Or, three eagles' heads erased gu. 

NlCOLSON OF CLUNIE (i 763). 
1 "Bears'" in Register. 



Heads (3), Falcons' (Hawks'). 

Arg. three hawks' heads erased ppr. 
within a bordure engrailed az. charged 
with eight besants. Bryden of 
Lennel House (1806). 

Arg. three hawks' heads erased ppr. 
within a bordure engrailed az. charged 
with eight besants (3rd quarter for 
Brydone). Adam of Blairadam 
(1882). 

Or, three falcons' heads erased gu., 
armed arg. Nicholson of that 
Ilk. 

Or, three falcons' heads erased gu. 
Halkerston of Rathillet (1772). 

Or, three falcons' heads erased gu., 
beaked sa., within a bordure az. 
Stewart - Nioolson of Carnock 
(2nd matric. 1807). 

Or, three falcons' heads erased gu., 
armed arg. Nicolson of Lochend, 
Zetland (1826). 

Or, three falcons' heads erased gu., 
beaked sa., within a bordure az. (3rd 
quarter). Stewart- Nicholson of 
Carnock (1st matric. 1792). 
Heads, Hawks' — see Falcons'. 
Heads (3), Leopards'. 

Az. three leopards' heads erased arg. 
having in their mouths a weaver's 
shuttle or, in the middle chief a tower 
of Aberdeen. Incorporation of 
Weavers of Aberdeen (1682 ?). 
Heads (3), Lions'. 

Arg. three lions' heads erased gu., 
in the middle chief point a mullet az. 
Scot of Ancrum. 

Arg. three lions' heads erased gu. 
within a bordure of the second verdoy 
of six fleurs de lys of the first. Scott 
of Hedderwick. 

Arg. three lions' heads erased gu., 
langued az., within a bordure of the 
second charged with eight cinquefoils 
of the first. George Scott, Captain 
Lieutenant in the Spanish service. 

Arg. three lions' heads erased sa. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Buchan OF 
AUCHMACOY (1830). 

Arg. three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter). Buchan Hepburn 
of Smeaton (181 5). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 

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Heads (3), Lions' — continued. 

within a bordure crenelle of the second. 
Scott of Benholm (1692). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters for Badcnoc/i), all within a 
bordure or. Gordon OF Gordons- 
TOUN. 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters), all within a bordure or 
charged with eight crescents az. Mr. 
Robert Gordon of . . ., second 
son of Gordonstoun. 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter for Badenoch). MAR- 
QUESS OF HUNTLY (1684). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure sa. 
charged with eight besants. John 
Gordon, merchant, Aberdeen. 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
indented arg. Gordon of Letter- 

FURIE. 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
quarterly arg. and gu. GORDON OF 
Abergeldie (1676). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
nebuly gu. GORDON OF Dalpholly 
(1697). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
nebuly gu. GORDON OF INVERGOR- 

DON (1756). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter). JOHN GORDON, South 
Carolina (1776). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
compony arg. and az. Captain 
Alexander Gordon, R.E. (1845). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter), all within a bordure 
compony arg. and az. William 
Conway Gordon (1846). 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter of 2nd grand quarter), 
the latter within a bordure nebuly gu. 
(for Gordo?! of Invcrgordon). Fraser 

OF FlNDRACK. (1864). 



Heads (3), Lions' — continued. 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter [for Badenoch~\ of 2nd and 
3rd grand quarters for Huntly). Earl 
of Sutherland. 

Or, three lions' heads erased gu. 
(2nd quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
sa. charged with eight besants. 
Robert Stewart, Aberdeen (1732). 

Sa. three lions' heads erased or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Macknight 
Crawford of Cartsburn (3rd 
matric. 1866). 
Heads (3), Men's. 

Or, three men's heads couped and 

distilling drops of blood ppr., wreathed 

about with bay leaves vert. More 

of Hilton. 

Heads (3), Moors' (Negroes', Mauri- 

tanian). 

Arg. three negroes' heads couped 
ppr. within a bordure counter-indented 
sa. and or. Moir OF Otterburn. 

Arg. three negroes' heads couped 
ppr. with a ribbon about the brow 
knit behind of the first. MoiR OF 
SCOTSTOUN. 

Arg. three negroes' (Mauritanian) 
heads couped and distilling guttes de 
sang ppr. MoiR OF Stonniwood. 

Arg. three moors' heads couped ppr. 
Morison of Preston Grange. 

Arg. three moors' heads couped ppr., 
banded az., within a bordure engrailed 
gu. Andrew Murison of Anchor- 
field, writer, Edinburgh (1791). 

Arg. three moors' heads couped, 
each wreathed with laurel and distilling 
three drops of blood ; in chief a dexter 
hand pointing with the forefinger 
towards the base, all ppr. Moir OF 

INVERNEITTIE (1792). 

Arg. three Mauritanian heads couped 
and distilling three drops of blood ppr., 
banded of the first, a pearl in each ear 
of the second, in the centre a mullet 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). MoiR OF 
Leckie (1796). 

Arg. three moors' heads couped sa., 
banded of the first (3rd quarter), all 
within a bordure az. charged with 
eight annulets or. ROBERT Camp- 



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Heads (3), Moors' — continued. 

BELL, merchant, Sydney, N.S.W. 

(1837). 

Arg. three negroes' heads couped 
ppr. banded of the field [on an 
escutcheon of pretence for Moir, to 
be borne in 4th quarter by descen- 
dants of patentee]. Knight-Ers- 
KINE OF Pittodrie (2nd matric. 
1868). 

Erm. three moors' heads couped sa., 
banded or, in the centre an eagle dis- 
played of the second for difference. 
Major Alexander Morison, 
H.E.I.C.S. (1806). 
Heads (3), Negroes' — sec Heads (3), 

Moors'. 
Heads (3), Otters'. 

Arg. three otters' heads erased gu., 
a crescent for difference. Fullerton 
of Dreghorn. 

Arg. three otters' heads erased gu. 
Fullerton of that Ilk (1st matric. 
1696, 2nd do. 1 8 10). 

Arg. three otters' heads erased gu., 
on a chief of the second two crosiers 
in saltire of the first. Fullerton 
of Greenhall (1726). 
Heads (3), Saracens'. - 

Arg. three saracens' heads con- 
joined in one neck, the faces looking 
to the chief, dexter, and sinister ppr., 
and wreathed about with laurel leaves 
vert, between two falcons' heads 
couped in fess az. Henry Morison, 
W.S. 

Arg. three saracens' heads couped 
sa., banded of the first, within a bor- 
dure engrailed az. charged with three 
fleurs de lys, two in chief and one in 
base or. James George Morison, 
Touch House, Stirling (1857). 

Az. three saracens' heads conjoined 
in one neck arg., the uppermost face 
looking to the chief and affixed by a 
wreath to the other two, which turn to 
the dexter and sinister. MORISON OF 
Bognie. 

Gu. three saracens' heads conjoined 
in one neck ppr., the faces looking to 
the chief, the dexter, and the sinister 
of the shield, between three wolves' 
heads erased arg., within a bordure 



Heads (3), Saracens' — continued. 

wavy of the last. ROBERTSON OF 
Larkhall (18 1 2). 
Heads (3), Savages'. 

Az. three savages' heads couped 
arg. Eddington of Balbartan. 
Heads (3), Stags'. 

Arg. three stags' heads couped az., 
collared or, belled gu. Hannay of 
Mochrum (1784). 

Az. three stags' heads couped arg., 
attired or (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Porteous of Hawks haw). ANDERSON 

OF TUSHILAW (1732). 

Heads (3), Unicorns'. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads erased 
sa. Preston of that Ilk. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads couped 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within 
a bordure engrailed sa. Meldrum 
OF Crombie. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads erased 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Preston). 
Forbes of Tolquhane. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads erased 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Forbes 
of Ardo. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads erased 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all within 
a bordure chequy arg. and gu. 
Forbes of Auchreddy. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads erased 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters) ; over all 
on an escutcheon arg. the arms of the 
Constable of Aberdeen. Forbes of 
Waterton. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads erased 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), a crescent 
surmounted of another for difference. 
Forbes of Savock. 

Arg. three unicorns' heads erased 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). David 
Forbes, cadet of Waterton (1765). 
Forbes of Woodston (i 765)^ 
Heads (3), Wolves'. 

Arg. three wolves' heads erased ppr. 
Sir Paul Methven (1725). 

Arg. three wolves' heads erased 
gu., and between two mullets in chief 
sa., on a pile parted per pale or and 
of the last a mullet counter-changed. 
MacInroy of Sheirglass (1828). 

Gu. three wolves' heads erased 



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Heads (3), Wolves' — continued. 

arg., armed and langued az., within 
a bordure engrailed of the third. 
Robertson of Faskally. 

Gu. three wolves' heads erased 
arg., armed and langued az., within a 
bordure engrailed of the second. 
Robertson of Newbigging. 

Gu. three wolves' heads erased 
arg., armed and langued az. Robert- 
son of Strowan. 

Gu. three wolves' heads erased 
arg., armed and langued az., within a 
bordure invected of the second. 
Thomas Robertson, Edinburgh. 

Gu. three wolves' heads erased arg., 
armed and langued az., within a 
bordure dancetty of the second. 
Patrick Robertson, merchant, St. 
Johnstoun. 

Gu. three wolves' erased arg., 
armed and langued az., within a 
bordure of the second. ROBERTSON 
OF Ladykirk (1752). 

Gu. three wolves' heads erased 
arg., armed and langued az., within a 
bordure engrailed or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Robertson of Gladney). 
John Adam of Maryburgh (1765). 

Gu. three wolves' heads erased 
arg., in the middle chief a crescent of 
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters) ; over 
all on an escutcheon of pretence 
Cuninghame of Bandalloch. Stewart- 

ROBERTSON OF EDRADYNATE (1885). 

Heart. 

Arg. a heart ppr. between three 
cinquefoils sa. Borthwick OF May- 

SHEIL. 

Arg. a heart ppr. between three 
cinquefoils sa., a crescent for differ- 
ence. Alexander Borthwick, 
brother of Maysheil. 

Arg. a man's heart ppr. between 
three cocks gu. COCKBURN OF 
Ryslaw. 

Arg. a man's heart with a dart 
piercing through the same fess-ways 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets 
of the field. Douglas of Bads. 

Arg. a man's heart crowned gu., on 
a chief az. three mullets of the first, 
a bordure indented or ; on an escut- 



Heart — continued. 

cheon of pretence over DOUGLAS OF 
Bridgeford. 

Arg. a man's heart ppr., on a chief 
az. three mullets of the first, a 
bordure of the second. Douglas OF 
Cavers. 

Arg. a man's heart ppr., on a fess 
(chief?) az. three mullets of the first, 
within a bordure of the second 
charged with . . . crescents of the 
field. Thomas Douglas, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a heart crowned gu. between 
three mullets az. ROBERT DOUGLAS, 
Musselburgh. 

Arg. a heart gu. pierced with two 
darts, points upwards, the wounds 
distilling guttes de sang. ALEXANDER 
Yeoman. 

Arg. a man's heart ppr. within a 
fetterlock sa., on a chief az. three 
boars' heads erased of the first, all 
within a bordure of the third charged 
with five mullets of the field. LOCK- 
hart of Carnwath (1730). 

Arg. a man's heart gu. ensigned 
with an imperial crown ppr., on a 
chief az. three mullets of the first, all 
within a bordure nebuly of the third. 
Douglas of Friarshaw (1747). 

Arg. a man's heart gu. ensigned 
with an imperial crown ppr., on a 
chief sable three escallops or. John 
Graham, merchant, Edinburgh 

(1764). 

Arg. a man's heart ensigned with 
an imperial crown ppr., on a chief 
engrailed sa. three escallops or. 
Robert Graham, counsellor-at-law, 
London (1779). 

Arg. a man's heart ppr. within a 
fetterlock sa., on a chief az. three 
boars' heads erased of the first. LOCK- 
hart of lee (1735). lockhart 
Wishart of Lee (1780). 

Arg. a heart ppr., on a chief az. 
three fleurs de lys or. Howison OF 
Holmfoot (1783). 

Arg. a heart ensigned with an im- 
perial crown ppr. between two buckles 
az., all within a bordure gu., on a chief 
of the third three mullets of the field. 
Douglas of Garrallan (1790). 



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Heart — continued. 

Arg. a heart gu. within a bordure 
az., on a chief of the second three 
pallets or, each charged with a mullet 
of the third. George Keith, mer- 
chant, Ostend (1 791). 

Arg. a heart ensigned with an 
imperial crown gu., in chief three 
mullets az., within a bordure em- 
battled of the second. Lieut.-Col. 
Robert Douglas, C.B. (1829). 

Arg. a heart gu. ensigned with an 
imperial crown ppr. within a bordure 
az. charged with three mullets of the 
first, on a chief sa. as many mascles 
or. Douglas of Bruntwood, 
Cheshire (1861). 

Arg. a heart gu. between three 
hunting - horns vert, garnished and 
stringed of the second. HUNTER OF 
Burnside, co. Forfar (1875). 

Arg. a man's heart gu. crowned or, 
on a chief az. three mullets of the first 
(1st quarter). Earl of Selkirk 

(1799)- 

Arg. a heart crowned gu., on a 

chief az. three mullets of the first (1st 

and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 

counter-compony or and sa. DOUGLAS 

OF INCHMARLO. 

Arg. a king's heart crowned gu., on a 
chief az. three mullets of the first (1st 
and 4th quarters for Douglas). Earl 
of Morton. 

Arg. a man's heart gu. crowned 
with an imperial crown or, on a chief 
az. three mullets of the field (1st and 
4th quarters for Douglas) ; over all a 
bend sa. charged with three buckles 
arg. Earl of Forfar. 

Arg. a king's heart crowned gu., on 
a chief az. three mullets of the first 
(1st and 4th quarters for Douglas). 
Earl of Queensberry. 

Arg. a man's heart ppr. crowned 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the 
first (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
a bordure engrailed gu. charged with 
eight besants. Douglas of Kel- 
head (1st matric. patent dated 
1668). 

Arg. a man's heart crowned gu., 
on a chief az. three mullets of the 



Heart — continued. 

field (1st and 4th quarters). Robert 
Douglas, son of Tillequhollie. 

Arg. a man's heart gu. ensigned 
with an imperial crown ppr., on a chief 
az. three mullets of the first (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
charged with eight holly leaves vert. 
Douglas of Whiteriggs. 

Arg. a man's heart gu. crowned with 
an antique crown or, on a chief az. 
three mullets of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters), in the fess point a crescent 
chequy, and all within a bordure 
compony gu. and arg. Lieut.-Col. 
James Douglas, Scots Foot Guards 
(1696). 

Arg. a man's heart gu. ensigned 
with an imperial crown, on a chief 
az. three mullets of the first (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed arg. charged with eight 
holly leaves vert. Douglas of Cruix- 

TON (1722). 

Arg. a man's heart gu. crowned or, 
on a chief az. three mullets of the first 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure az. charged with eight buckles 
or. Douglas of Kirkness (1737). 

Arg. a man's heart ppr. crowned 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the 
first ( 1 st and 4th quarters). DOUGLAS 
of Kelhead (2nd matric. 1772). 

Arg. a heart imperially crowned ppr., 
on a chief az. three mullets of the field 
(1st and 4th quarters). DOUGLAS OF 
Tilwhilly (1800). 

Arg. a heart gu. within a fetterlock 
sa., on a chief az. three boars' heads 
erased of the first (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). LOCKHART OF Lee (2nd matric. 
1806). 

Arg. a heart ensigned with an im- 
perial crown ppr., on a chief engrailed 
az. three mullets of the first (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed or charged with a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. Ed- 
ward Bullock Douglas (181 i). 

Arg. a heart ensigned with an im- 
perial crown ppr., on a chief az. three 
mullets of the field (1st and 4th 
quarters), in the middle chief point on 



ISO 



HEART 



Heart — continued. 

an escutcheon arg. a woman trampling 
a snake under her feet and supporting 
a child in her arms crowned with 
laurel, all within a bordure erm. 
Douglas of Douglas Support 
(ist matric. 1832). 

Arg. a heart ensigned with an im- 
perial crown ppr., on a chief az. three 
mullets of the first (ist and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure erm. 
Campbell- Douglas of Douglas 
Support (2nd matric. 1 87 1 ). 

Arg. a man's heart gu. crowned or, 
on a chief az. three mullets of the first 
(ist and 4th quarters of ist and 4th 
grand quarters), the latter within a 
bordure or charged with the Royal 
tressure. Earl of March. 

Arg. a man's heart gu. crowned or, 
on a chief az. three mullets of the first 
(2nd quarter). William, Duke of 
Hamilton, son of William, Marquess 
of Douglas. 

(Arg.) a man's heart gu. crowned or, 
on a chief az. three mullets of the 
first (2nd quarter). HAMILTON OF 
Baldon (1733)- 

Arg. a heart crowned ppr., on a 
chief sa. three escallops or (2nd 
quarter). MoiR OF Leckie (1796). 

Arg. a heart crowned ppr., on a 
chief sa. three escallops or, within a 
bordure erm. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Montgomery of Stanhope and 
Kinross. 

Arg. a heart gu., on a chief az. 
three mullets of the field (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Sandilands of 
Craibston. 

Arg. a man's heart crowned gu., on 
a chief az. three mullets of the first 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure wavy az. John Sandilands, 
Rotterdam. 

Arg. a heart gu., on a chief az. 
three mullets of the field (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
Jacob Sandilands, merchant, Bour- 
deaux (1755). 

Arg. a heart imperially crowned 
ppr. within a bordure az. charged 
with eight buckles or, on a chief of 



Heart — continued. 

the second three mullets of the field 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Clephane 
of Carslogie (2nd matric. 1802). 

Arg. a heart crowned gu., on a chief 
az. three mullets of the field (2nd 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Sandilands of Hilderston. 

Arg. a heart gu. crowned or, on a 
chief az. three mullets of the first (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters). Lord Torphichen. 

Arg. a heart gu. crowned or, on a 
chief az. three mullets of the first, a 
crescent for difference (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters). Sandilands of Cowstoun. 

Arg. a heart gu. within a fetterlock 
sa., on a chief az. three boars' heads 
erased of the first (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters [for Lockharf] of 3rd grand 
quarter). LORD Lamington (1880). 

Arg. a heart ppr. within a fetterlock 
sa., on a chief az. three boars' heads 
erased of the field (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 4th grand quarter for Lockharf). 
Baillie of Lamington (1837). 

Gu. a man's heart or between three 
cinquefoils erm. within a bordure in- 
dented of the second. Hamilton of 
Barnes. 

Gu. a man's heart encircled with 
two holly branches disposed orle-ways 
or between three cinquefoils arg. 
Hamilton of Daichmont. 

Gu. a man's heart or between three 
cinquefoils erm. within a bordure em- 
battled of the second charged with 
six crescents of the first. Captain 
Frederick Hamilton. 

Gu. a man's heart ppr. shadowed 
or between three cinquefoils erm. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), in the fess point a 
martlet arg. for difference. John 
Hamilton of Newton, W.S. [im- 
paling Gartshore\ 

Gu. a heart or between three cinque- 
foils erm. within a bordure indented 
parted per pale of the second and 
third (1st and 4th quarters). Claud \ 
Hamilton Hamilton, Calcutta 
(1865). 

Gu. a man's heart ppr. shadowed or 



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Heart — con tin ucd. 

between three cinquefoils erm. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Hamilton of 
Udstone. 

Gu. a man's heart ppr. shadowed or 
between three cinquefoils erm. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure arg. 
Hamilton of Wishaw (1st matric.) 

Gu. a man's heart ppr. shadowed or 
between three cinquefoils erm. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Hamilton of Wishaw 
(2nd matric. 1768). 

Gu. a man's heart ppr. shadowed or 
between three cinquefoils erm. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Hamilton OF Barn- 

CLUITH. 

Or, a man's heart distilling guttes 
de sang between three crescents, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Seton of Pitmedden. 

Or, a heart distilling drops of blood 
ppr. between three crescents gu. within 
a double tressure flory counter-fiory of 
the last (1st and 4th quarters). Seton 
OF MOUNIE (1869). 

Or, a heart distilling drops of blood 
ppr. between three crescents gu. within 
a double tressure flory counter-flory 
of the last (1st and 4th quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), the 
latter with a crescent az. in the centre 
for difference, for Seton of Mounie. 
Ogilvy of Cove (1866). 
Hearts (3). 

Arg. three hearts in fess, each en- 
signed with flames of fire ppr. Archi- 
bald Hart (1773). 

Arg. three hearts conjoined in 
triangle by their points gu., in base a 
martlet sa., on a chief az. a saltire of 
the first surmounted of a deer's head 
cabossed counter - changed. John 
Auldjo, jun. (1826). 

Arg. three hearts in chief gu., and 

in base a demi-otter issuing out of 

water ppr. James Heard, merchant, 

Manchester (1868). 

Hedgehogs (3) (Herizons, Urch- 

eons, g.v.) 

Arg. three hedgehogs sa. within a 



Hedgehogs (3) — continued. 

bordure wavy gu. William Herries, 
Brussels (1789). 

Arg. three hedgehogs sa. (2nd 
quarter for Herries). Maxwell OF 
Munches (1868). 

Arg. three hedgehogs sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters [for Herries] of 2nd grand 
quarter), in the centre of the shield a 
crescent sa. Constable Maxwell 
of Terregles (1875). 

Arg. three hedgehogs sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 
Maxwell Stuart of Traquair 
(1876). 
Helmet. 

Az. a close helmet arg. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief and a 
cinquefoil in base or. PROFESSOR 

CULLEN OF SAUGHS, M.D. (1763). 

Az. a close helmet arg. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief and a 
cinquefoil in base or, a crescent for 
difference. CULLEN OF Parkhead 

(1767). 

Gu. a close helmet ppr. between 
three cinquefoils arg. Lieut. Fred- 
erick Hamilton. 

Gu. a close helmet arg. (ist and 
4th quarters), a crescent for difference. 
Roberton of Bedlay. 

Gu. a close helmet arg. (2nd quarter). 
William M'Nair, Glasgow (1761). 
Helmets (3). 

Or, three helmets, beavers open, 
ppr. Ellis of Southside. 
Herizons — see Hedgehogs. 
Heron. 

Or, a heron volant ppr., on a chief 
sa. three escallops of the first. 
Graham of Dougalston. 
Hill. 

Az. a hill or, with the sun rising 
and appearing over the top thereof in 
his splendour. Hill of Lambhill 
(1676). 

Az. a hill arg. with the sun arising 
and appearing over the top thereof in 
his splendour, on a chief or a wolfs 
head erased of the first between two 
eastern crowns gu. James Matthew 
Hill, Edinburgh and Bengal (1858). 
Az. a hill arg. with the sun arising 



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Hill — continued. 

and appearing over the top thereof in 
his splendour, on a chief or a wolfs 
head erased of the first between two 
eastern crowns gu., all within a bor- 
dure of the last. JOSEPH Hill, Lon- 
don (1858). 

Az. a hill or, the rising sun appear- 
ing over the top thereof in his splen- 
dour ppr., within a bordure erm. 
Hill of Merrylee (1865). 

Or, a hill rising from the base vert 
(1st quarter). MacLean of COLL 
(1803). 
Horn — see Hunting-Horn. 
Horns (3), Stags'. 

Or, three stags' horns gu. Boyle 
OF Kelburne (on escutcheon of pre- 
tence over 1st quarter of Earl of Glas- 
gow, 1869). 
Horse. 

Gu. on a horse salient arg., furnished 
az., a chevalier armed at all points, 
grasping in his right hand a kind of 
lance (called the Jedburgh staff) ppr. 
Royal Burgh of Jedburgh. 
Horse-Shoes. 

Or, three horse-shoes az. within a 
bordure gu. Ferrier OF KlN- 
TROCKAT (1790). 

Or, three horse-shoes sa. within a 
bordure engrailed az. James Ferrier, 
W.S. (1793): 
Hunting-Horn (Bugle). 

Arg. a hunting-horn sa., on a chief 
parted per pale in tierce arg. and az., in 
the middle three bells or, and in the 
dexter and sinister a saltire engrailed 
of the second between four mullets gu. 
John Luke, Glasgow. 

Arg. a hunting-horn sa., garnished 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the 
field, a bordure of the third. Murray 
of Deuchar. 

Arg. a hunting-horn sa., garnished 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the 
field. Murray of Philiphaugh. 

Arg. a hunting-horn sa., garnished 
gu., on a chief wavy az. three mullets 
first. Murray of Priest- 



of the 
field. 
Arg. 
the first between three 



a chevron chequy gu. and of 



hunting-horns 



Hunting-Horn — continued. 

sa., garnished of the second. Lord 
Sempill (1st matric.) 

Arg. a hunting-horn stringed sa., 
viroled or, between three holly leaves 
ppr. Irvine of Auchinbedridge 

(I77 0- 

Arg. a hunting-horn sa., stringed 

gu., in the dexter chief point a cres- 
cent of the last, on a chief wavy az. 
three mullets of the field. Murray 
of Melgum (1776). 

Arg. a hunting-horn sa., garnished 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the 
field ( 1 st and 4th quarters). MURRAY 
of Stanhope. 

Arg. a hunting-horn sa., stringed 
gu., on a chief az. three mullets of the 
field (1st and 4th quarters), in the 
centre of the shield a mullet or. 
Thomas Murray, Captain 48th Foot 

(1779)- 

Gu. a hunting-horn or, stringed and 

garnished az., on a chief engrailed of 
the second three mullets of the first. 
John Balvaird, Chaplain to the 
Archbishop of St. Andrews. 

Gu. a hunting-horn between three 
cinquefoils arg. Hamilton OF AlKEN- 

HEAD. 

Gu. a hunting-horn stringed or, on 
a chief engrailed of the second three 
mullets of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Hunter - Marshall of 
Callander (1872). 
Hunting-Horns (3). 

Arg. three hunting-horns sa., gar- 
nished gu., a crescent surmounted of 
another for difference. Forrester 
of Donoven. 

Arg. three hunting-horns sa., stringed 
gu. (3rd quarter). HOME OF Renton. 

Arg. three hunting-horns sa., stringed 
gu. (3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
engrailed gu. HOME OF Kames. 

Or, three hunting-horns gu. Horn 
of Westerhall (2nd matric. 1725 ?). 

Or, three hunting-horns vert, gar- 
nished and stringed gu. Hunter of 

HUNTERSTON (1865). 

Or, three hunting-horns gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters) ; over all on an escut- 
cheon within a bordure gu. Elphin- 



HUNTING-HORNS— LEAVES 



'53 



Hunting-Horns (3) — continued, 
stone. Dalrymple Horn Elphin- 

STONE OF LOGIE ELPHINSTONE 

(1828). 

Or, three hunting-horns vert, gar- 
nished and stringed gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). HUNTER - WESTON OF 
HUNTERSTON (l88o). 

Or, three hunting-horns gu. (3rd 
quarter). James Dalrymple Horn 
Elphinston (1790). 

Vert, three hunting-horns arg., gar- 
nished gu., on a chief of the second 
two boars' heads couped of the third 
langued az. Hunter of Thurston 

(1773)- 

Vert, three hunting - horns arg., 

viroled gu., stringed or, within a bor- 
dure of the last. James Hunter, 
merchant, Greenock (1801). 

Increscent — see Crescent. 

Iron. 

Arg. a smoothing iron az. (3rd 
quarter). INCORPORATION OF 

Tailors of Aberdeen (1682 ?). 

Key. 

Arg. a key fess-ways, wards down- 
wards, between two ravens sa. Archi- 
bald Cameron Corbett (1882). 
Keys (3). 

Az. three keys pale-ways in fess or 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure arg. Gibson- Wright of 
Clifton Hall and Kersey (1773). 

Az. three keys fess-ways in pale, 
wards downward, or (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd grand quarter). 
Ramsay-Gibson-Maitland of Clif- 
tonhall and barnton (l866). 

Gu. three keys bar-ways or. GIB- 
SON OF DURIE. 

Gu. three keys fess-ways in pale, 
wards downward, or. Gibson OF 
Pentland (18 10). 

Gu. three keys fess-ways in pale or 
(ist and 4th quarters). Gibson Car- 

MICHAEL OF SKIRLING (1791). 

Gu. three keys bar - ways, wards 
downward, or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Gibson). Gibson Craig of 
Riccarton (1823). Gibson Car- 



Keys (3) — continued. 

MICHAEL OF SKIRLING (2nd matric. 

1823). 

Knife. 

Gu. a shoemaker's shaping knife 
fess-ways, edge upwards, the blade 
ppr. and hafted arg., over the same a 
crown or, and in a dexter canton a 
tower triple - towered of Aberdeen. 
Incorporation of Shoemakers of 
Aberdeen (1681 ?). 

Knives (3). 

Gu. three fleshers' knives fess-ways 
in pale, and on the dexter side an axe 
pale-ways, edge towards the sinister, 
all the blades ppr. and hafted arg. ; in 
the middle chief a tower triple-towered 
of Aberdeen. Incorporation of 
Butchers of Aberdeen (1682 ?). 

Lady. 

Arg. a lady rising out of a cloud in 
the nombril point, richly apparelled, on 
her head a garland of ivy, holding in 
her right hand a poinziard crowned, 
in the left a vizard all ppr., standing 
under a veil or canopy az. garnished 

The 
Scot- 



or, in base a thistle vert. 



Master of the Revels in 

LAND. 

Lamb, Holy. 

Az. a holy lamb ppr., on a chief arg. 
three hawks' heads erased also ppr. 
Robert Lamb, merchant, Dundee 
(1883). 

Gu. a holy lamb passant reguardant, 
staff and cross arg., with the banner 
of St. Andrew ppr., all within a double 
tressure flory counter - flory of the 
second. Royal Burgh of Perth. 

Lance — see Spear. 

Leaf, Holly. 

Gu. a holly leaf or between three 
cinquefoils erm., within a bordure 
potent counter-potent of the first and 
third. Gilbert Hamilton, Glasgow 

(1787). 
Leaves (3). 

Arg. three leaves slipped vert (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Marshall). 
Chiene of Esslemont. 
Leaves (3), Edock. 

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LEAVES— LEGS 



Leaves (3), Edock — continued. 

and 3rd quarters). Hepburn of 
Humbie. 

Arg. three edock leaves vert (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 
Lord Polwarth (2nd matric. 1836). 
Leaves (3), Holly. 

Arg. three holly leaves vert, a chief 
az. Burnet of Barnes. 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 
nished gu., within a bordure counter- 
compony of the second and first. 
Burnet of Daleladies. 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 
nished gu., within a bordure indented 
of the second, a crescent for differ- 
ence. Burnet of Innerleith. 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 
nished gu. Burnett of Leys (1st 
matric.) 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 
nished gu., within a bordure indented 
of the second. Burnet of War- 
riston. 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 
nished gu., a mullet for difference. 
Thomas Burnet, H.M. Physician in 
Ordinary. 

Arg. three holly leaves vert, a 
chief embattled az. Robert Burnet, 
W.S. 

Arg. three holly leaves ppr. Ir- 
vine of Bonshaw. 

Arg. three holly leaves and a chief 
vert. Cristopher Irvine, M.D. 

Arg. three holly leaves slipped vert, 
in chief a mullet gu. Irving of 
Woodhouse (1809). 

Arg. three holly leaves vert, a 
hunting-horn in base sa., garnished or, 
stringed gu. BURNETT OF Leys 
(2nd matric. 1838). 

Arg. three holly leaves ppr., in the 
middle chief a crescent gu. John 
B. Irving, Beckington Lodge, co. 
Devon (1891). 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 



Leaves (3), Holly — continued. 

nished gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Burnet of Craigmyll. 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 
nished and stringed gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure parted 
per pale vert and arg. George Bur- 
nett, Lyon Depute ( 1 st matric.ji863). 

Arg. three holly leaves in chief vert 
and a hunting-horn in base sa., gar- 
nished and stringed gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters), a mullet sa. in the centre for 
difference. George Burnett, Lyon 
King of Arms [impaled by Lyon Office 
Arms] (2nd matric. 1870). 

Gu. three holly leaves conjoined at 
the stalk or, between as many cinque- 
foils arg. Hamilton of Woodhall. 
Leaves (3), Laurel. 

Arg. three laurel leaves slipped 
vert. Major James Foulis 
(1790). 

Az. three laurel leaves erect or (2nd 
quarter for Leveson of Trentham) ; 
over all on an escutcheon gu., en- 
signed by an earl's coronet, three 
mullets within a bordure or charged 
with a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the field. Duke of Suther- 
land (1839). 

Or, three laurel leaves vert. LowiS 
of Merchiston. 
Legs (3). 

Gu. three legs of a man in armour 
ppr. flexed in triangle, garnished and 
spurred or (3rd quarter of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters). Mackenzie of 
Scatwell (3rd matric. 1844). 

Gu. three legs of a man ppr. flexed 
in triangle, garnished and spurred or 
(2nd quarter). MACLEOD OF MuiR- 

AVONSIDE (I 73 I ). 

Gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined 
in the centre at the upper part of the 
thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished 
and spurred or (2nd quarter). MAC- 
LEOD OF Cadboll (1st matric. . . ., 
2nd do. 1784). 

Gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined 
at the thighs, flexed in triangle, gar- 
nished and spurred or (2nd quarter), 
all within a bordure arg. charged with 



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Legs (3) — continued. 

four eastern crowns gu. LlEUT.-GEN. 
Sir Charles Macleod, K.C.B. 

(1853). 

Gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined 
at the thighs, flexed in triangle, spurred 
and garnished or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure em- 
battled or. Arthur Lyttelton 
MacLeod, Arley Castle, Staffs. (1844). 

Gu. three legs in armour ppr. 
garnished and spurred or, flexed and 
conjoined in triangle at the upper 
part of the thigh (2nd and 3rd quarters 
of 2nd grand quarter for Mackenzie). 
Callander of Craigforth (2nd 
matric. 1875). 

Gu. three legs of a man ppr. flexed 
in triangle, garnished and spurred or 
(3rd quarter). MACKENZIE OF SCAT- 
WELL (1st matric.) 

(Gu.) three legs of a man ppr. flexed 
in triangle, garnished and spurred or 
(3rd quarter); over all a crescent arg. 
for difference. Mackenzie of Scots- 
burn. 

Gu. three legs of a man disposed 
in triangle, armed and spurred or (3rd 
quarter) ; over all an escutcheon gu. 
charged with three antique crowns or. 
Captain Mackenzie, second son to 
Scatwell (1759). 

Gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined 
in fess, flexed in triangle, garnished 
and spurred or (3rd quarter). Cal- 
lander of Craigforth (1st matric. 
1764). 

Gu. three legs of a man in armour 
ppr. joined in the centre at the upper 
part of the thigh, flexed in triangle, 
garnished and spurred or (3rd quarter), 
in the centre of the shield a boar's head 
couped or. Lieut.-Col. Jabez Mac- 
kenzie (1806). 

Gu. three legs of a man in armour 
ppr. conjoined in base at the thigh, 
flexed in triangle, garnished and 
spurred or (3rd quarter). Mac- 
kenzie of Scatwell (2nd matric. 
1811). 

Gu. three legs of a man armed 
ppr. conjoined at the thighs, flexed in 
triangle, garnished and spurred or 



Legs (3) — continued. 

(3rd quarter). The Hon. Maria 
Hay Mackenzie of Cromartie 

(1849). 

Gu. three legs in armour ppr. 

garnished and spurred or, flexed and 
conjoined in triangle at the thigh (2nd 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter). DUKE 
of Athole (1865). 

Gu. three legs of a man conjoined 
at the thighs, flexed in triangle, gar- 
nished and spurred or (3rd quarter 
of 3rd grand quarter), the latter 
within a bordure erm. Stewart of 
Grandtully (2nd matric. 1839). 

Gu. three legs of a man in armour 
ppr. conjoined in the centre at the 
upper part of the thigh, flexed in tri- 
angle, garnished and spurred or (6th 
quarter of coat impaled by Macgregor). 
Captain Evan John Macgregor 
Murray (1809). 

Leopards (2). 

Gu. two leopards in pale passant 
guardant arg. (2nd quarter). Hal- 
dane- Oswald of Auchencruive 
(2nd matric. 1861). 

Lioncels — see Lions. 

LION. 

(1) Lioti Passant. 

(2) Lion Rampant . . . and Lion 

Rampant surmounted or de- 
bruised by . . . 

(3) Lion Rampant . . . a chief . . . 

in chief ... or on a chief . . . 

(4) Lion Rampant between . . . or 

between . . . and within . . . 

(5) Lion Rampant between . . . a 

chief . . . in chief . . . or 
on a chief . . . 

(6) Lion Rampant within . . . 

(7) Lion Sejant. 
(1) Lion Passant. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned or, within a bordure en- 
grailed of the second. Ogilvie of 
Cluny. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned or, within a bordure counter- 
compony of the second and first. 
Ogilvie of Inchewan. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned or, within a bordure of the 



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LION 



Lion — continued. 

second charged with eight crescents 
of the first. OGILVY OF LOGIE. 

Arg. a lion issuant (passant?) guard- 
ant gu., crowned or, within a bordure 
indented of the second. Ogilvie OF 
New Grange. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned or, within a bordure engrailed 
of thesecond. Ogilvie of Pitmouies. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned or, between three primroses 
of the second. James Ogilvie, sur- 
geon, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant between 
two crescents in chief and a cinquefoil 
in base gu. Thomas Ogilvie, Provost 
of Banff. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 
tied to an oak tree ppr., on a chief az. 
a rose slipped between two crescents of 
the first. Robert Ronald, Provost 
of Montrose. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant holding 
between his paws a sword erected in 
pale gu. and therewith defending a 
thistle placed in the dexter chief vert 
crowned or. Ogilvie of Barras 

(1674). 

Arg. a lion passant az., armed and 
langued gu. Budge of Toftengall 

(1703)- 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
collared or, and crowned with an im- 
perial crown ppr., between two chess 
rooks in chief sa. and a flaming cup 
in base of the fourth, within a bordure 
az. Ogilvie of Ruthven (1777). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
armed and langued az., crowned with 
an imperial crown and gorged with an 
open one, both ppr. Ogilvie, Earl 
of Airlie (1785). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant az. be- 
tween three water-bougets sa. Arthur 
Miller Rose, London (1854). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 
imperially crowned ppr. between three 
quatrefoils sa., on a chief of the last a 
martlet of the first. James White, 
Edinburgh (1869). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 
imperially crowned ppr. between three 



Lion — continued. 

quatrefoils sa., on a chief engrailed of 
the last a martlet of the first. Robert 
White, W.S. (1869). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
on a chief of the second two mullets 
of the first. John Angus, advocate, 
Aberdeen (1877). 

Arg. a lion passant az. between 
two barrulets gu., in chief three 
crescents sa. and in base as many 
mullets of the third, all within a bor- 
dure of the second. Alexander Mac- 
kellar, New South Wales (1888). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned with an imperial crown or 
(1st and 4th quarters for Ogilvie). 
Earl of Findlater. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
collared with an open crown and 
crowned with a close imperial one or 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure az. Ogilvie of Balbigno. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters); over all a cross 
engrailed sa. Ogilvie of Boyne. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters); over all 
dividing the coats a cross engrailed 
sa., all within a bordure engrailed az. 
Ogilvie of Raggell. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned or (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure az. Ogilvie of 
Auchiries (1766). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant within 
a bordure indented gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all dividing the coats a 
cross engrailed sa. James Ogilvy, 
second brother of Boyne. 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 
between two escallops in chief and a 
spur-revel in baseaz., within a bordure 
indented of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters). George Ogilvie, Jamaica 
(1772). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned with an imperial crown ppr. 
(1st and 4th quarters). William 
Ogilvie, representative of Miltoun, 

(1779)- 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 

imperially crowned ppr., within a bor- 



LION 



'57 



Lion — continued. 

dure invectcd of the second (ist and 
4th quarters). OGILVY of Cove 
(1866). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
gorged with an open crown and 
crowned with a close imperial one or 
(ist and 4th quarters) ; in chief of the 
quarters a crescent gu., over all an 
escutcheon of pretence quarterly — 1st 
and 4th, Hamilton j 2nd, Nisbet; 3rd, 
Dundas. N isbet-H amilton-Ogilvy 

OF BlEL (1888). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned with an imperial crown or 
(ist and 4th quarters of ist and 4th 
grand quarters). Earl of Seafield 
(1824). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned imperially and gorged with 
an open crown or, in base a crescent 
of the second (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Captain John Ramsay (1793). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu. 
(ist and 4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters) ; over the latter 
dividing the coats a cross engrailed 
sa. charged in the centre with a 
crescent arg. ; over all on an escut- 
cheon of pretence Molison. Ogilvy 
Dalgleish of Mayfield, co. Forfar 
(1883). 

Arg. a lion passant az. (3rd quarter 
for Budge of Toftingall). MURRAY 
Thriepland of Fingask (2nd 
matric. 1826). 

Arg. a lion passant guardant gu., 
crowned or, in the middle chief a 
crescent, all within a bordure of the 
second (3rd quarter for Ogilvy). 
Stewart Fothringham of Pourie, 
co. Forfar (1890). 

Az. a lion passant guardant arg. 
between three boars' heads erased or. 
Gordon of Telpersie. 

Gu. a lion passant guardant chequy 
arg. and az. between three pheons of 
the second. Hedderwick of Pit- 
cullo. 

Gu. a lion passant guardant arg., 
crowned with an imperial crown ppr. 
between three wolves' heads erased 
of the second, armed and langued 



Lion — c 011 tin ued. 

az. Robertson of Parsons- 
green (1778). 

Gu. a lion passant guardant im- 
perially crowned ppr. between three 
antique crowns or. Grant of Leas- 
ton (1779). 

Gu. a lion passant between three 
mullets or. Sir Ceorge Pretyman 
TOMLINE, Bart., Bishop of Win- 
chester (1824). 

Or, a lion passant between three 
billets sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 

RlDDELL OF RlDDELL-LODGE (1768). 

Or, a lion passant between three 
billets sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
RlDDELL OF ARDNAMURCHAN (ist 
matric. 1775). 

Or, a lion passant between three 
billets sa. (4th quarter). RlDDELL 
OF Ardnamurchan (2nd matric. 
1829). 
(2) Lion Rampant . . . and Lion Ram- 
pant surmounted or debruised 
by . . . 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. and on 
his head a helmet az. Clephane of 
Carslogie (ist matric.) 

Arg. a lion rampant az. Lord 
Dunkell. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., in the 
dexter chief point a crescent. 
Dundas of Craigton. 

Arg. a lion rampant with a heart 
between his paws gu. Dundas of 
Duddingston. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. Dundas 
of Fingask ( 1st matric.) "17th May 
1764. This coat was expunged and 
delete by warrand of the Lyon Court 
in obedience to a decreet of the 
Lords of Session, dated 22nd of 
February and 10 March 1762." 

Arg. a lion rampant with a heart 
between his paws gu. surmounted of 
a crescent or. Dundas of Manor. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. ROBERT 
Lyghton, Colonel in the service of 
the King of Sweden. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., crowned 
and chained or. Colonel William 
Urrie. 

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Lion — continued. 

with an antique crown or. Captain 
George Mouat, R.N. (1811). 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. (1st 
quarter), in the fess point a crescent 
gu. Farquhar of Monzie. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., armed or 
(1st quarter). Macdonald OF 

MOIDART. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., on a 
canton of the last a mural crown or 
(1st quarter). Lieut.-Gen. Sir John 
Macdonald, K.C.B. (18 18). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. holding 
in his dexter paw a thistle slipped 
or (1st quarter). Ronald (Mac- 
donald), Marquess of Antrim. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (1st 
quarter). MACDONALD OF CLAN- 
ranald (18 10). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (1st 
quarter) ; over all on a fess sa. an 
eagle's head couped arg., beaked gu., 
between two sprigs of maple slipped 
or. William Stone Macdonald, 
Blinkbonny, Canada (1886). 

Arg. a lion rampant az. (1st and 
4th quarters for Crichton). Earl of 
Dumfries. 

Arg. a lion rampant az. (1st and 
4th quarters of 2nd grand quarter). 
Robert Boswell, Lyon Depute 

(1773). 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. (2nd and 

3rd quarters for Glen), a label for 
difference. Lord Burntisland. 

Arg. a lion rampant az. (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Crichton). Drum- 
MOND OF RlCCARTON. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). MACKENZIE OF 
Applecross. 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Glen). EARL OF Wemyss. 

Arg. a lion rampant az. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Maxwell of Broom- 
holm (1759). 

Arg. a lion rampant double-queued 
sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Earl 
of Rosebery (2nd matric. 1823). 

Arg. a lion rampant, body sa., 
head, paws, and tuft of his tail of the 
field (2nd and 3rd quarters for 



Lion — continued. 

Williams). Sir James Williams 
Drummond of Hawthornden 
(1862). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. ( 1 st quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
MACGREGOR, alias MURRAY OF 

Napier Ruskie (1797). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. ( 1 st quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). Regi- 
nald Macdonald Steuart (18 13). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a bend az. (3rd quarter for Leslie). 
Christie of Riddry (18 18) [impal- 
ing Dwyer\ 

Arg. a lion rampant az. (1st and 
4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 
Boswell of Auchinleck (1809). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 
William Alexander Lindsay of 
Deerpark, co. Devon (1871). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. Lamond 
of that Ilk. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned 
or. MacDowall of Garthland. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., gorged 
(sic) with an antique crown or. MaC- 
dowall of Logan (1st matric.) 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned 
with an antique crown or. MaC- 
dowall of Logan (2nd matric. 
1719?). 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned or 
( 1 st quarter for Macdowall). J AMES, 
Marquess of Douglas. 

Az. a lion rampant arg. (1st quarter), 
all within a bordure indented or ; 
over all on an escutcheon Douglas. 
Douglas of Bridgeford. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned 
with an imperial crown or (1st 
quarter for Galloway) ; over all on an 
escutcheon Douglas. Douglas OF 
that Ilk (1771). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters). M'Neil of Tear- 

FARGUS. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned or 
(1st quarter of 2nd grand quarter). 
Earl of Selkirk (1799). 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Kennedy 



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Lion — co nl in ued. 

OF Lahan [impaled by Bethunc of 
Longhermistoii\ . 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned 
with an antique crown or (ist quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters for 
Galloway) ; over the latter a bend sa. 
charged with three buckles of the first. 
Earl of Forfar. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., crowned 
with an imperial crown or (ist quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters) ; over 
the latter on an escutcheon of pretence 
Douglas. Lord Dunglass (1878) ; 
same arms, Earl of Home (1881). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. imperially 
crowned or (ist quarter of 2nd and 
3rd grand quarters) ; on an escutcheon 
of pretence over the latter Douglas. 
Hope of Luffness (1886). 

Az. crusilly of cross crosslets or, a 
lion rampant of the second, crowned 
with a ducal crown and armed and 
langued gu. (4th quarter). Viscount 
Newhaven. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg., in his 
dexter paw a stalk of wheat ppr. 
Gray of Barristoun. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (ist and 
4th quarters), a mullet for difference. 
Hugh Wallace, W.S. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (ist and 
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters), a mullet arg. in the fess 
point. Paterson Wallace of 

MORNINGSIDE (1824). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (2nd 
quarter for Ross). Lord Saltoun. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (2nd 
quarter) ; over all on an escutcheon 
or a lion rampant gu. surmounted of 
a ribbon sa. Fraser of Fraser- 
field (ist matric. 1725). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg., armed and 
langued sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), a 
crescent arg. in the middle fess point. 
Fraser of Tyrie. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Bruce OF Mowanes. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg., armed and 
langued sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), a 
fieur de lys for difference. FRASER 
OF Brodland. 



Lion — continued. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg., crowned 
or, charged on the shoulder with a 
crescent of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). SIR COUTTS TROTTER, 
Bart. (1825). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (ist and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Dunlop OF that Ilk 
(1838). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., between the 
fore-paws a mullet az. ; over all a bend- 
let of the second. Fairlie of 
Braid. 

Or, a lion rampant vert ; over all on 
a fess purpure three primroses of the 
field. Primrose of Carington. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. ; over all on 
a bend indented sa. a buckle between 
two mascles arg. James SPENS, 
writer, Edinburgh. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. ; over all on 
a bend wavy sa. a buckle between two 
mascles arg. DAVID SPENS, merchant, 
Edinburgh. 

Or, a lion rampant gu., navally 
crowned az., and holding in his paws 
a trident sa. Captain John Fyffe, 
R.N. (1816). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a chevron sa. Thoms of Aber- 
lemno, co. Forfar (ist matric. 1881, 
2nd do. 1884). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist 
quarter). William M'Bean, Inver- 
ness. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist quarter). 
Maclauchlan of that Ilk. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist quar- 
ter). Farquharson of Haughton. 
Alexander Farquharson of In- 
vercauld. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist quarter). 
Macintosh of that Ilk. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist 
quarter). M'Lachlan of Kilchoan 
(1758). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st 
quarter). MACDONALD OF Largie 

(1765). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st quarter). 

Macdonald of Craig - na - gower 
(1875)- 



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Lion — continued. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist 
quarter). Mackintosh of Kyl- 
lachy (1886). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 
4th quarters for Wcmyss) ; over all a 
label for difference. LORD BURNT- 
ISLAND. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 
4th quarters for Macduff). Earl of 
Wemyss. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 
4th quarters). FORBES OF RlRES. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 
4th quarters). Mackintosh of Kin- 
rara. 

Or, a lion rampant reguardant gu. 
holding in the dexter paw a cross 
crosslet fitchee az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). GUTHRIE OF King 
Edward. 

Or, a lion rampant vert (1st and 
4th quarters). Primrose of Dal- 
meny (1693). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). JOHN FARQUHARSON 
of Invercauld (ist matric. . . .) 
Patent 1697, recorded 18 16. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 4th 
quarters for Macduff). Earl Fife 
(1760 and 1780, the latter with 
different crest). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a bend sa. charged with three 
lozenges arg. (ist and 4th quarters). 
Spens of Lathallan (2nd matric. 
1768). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a bend sa. charged with three 
lozenges arg. (ist and 4th quarters), in 
the centre an escutcheon arg. charged 
with a heart gu., ensigned with an 
imperial crown or. Nathaniel 
Spens, M.D. (2nd matric. 1768). 

Or, a lion rampant reguardant gu. 
(ist and 4th quarters). Harry 
Guthrie, W.S. (1775). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 
4th quarters). Guthrie of Guthrie 

0779)- 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 4th 

quarters). Catherine Farquhar- 

son of Invercauld (1815). 



Lion — continued. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a fess arg. charged with a mount 
between two edock leaves vert (ist 
and 4th quarters). Guthrie of 
Mount (ist matric. 1856, 2nd do. 
i860). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (ist and 
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters). Wharton Duff OF 
ORTON (18 10). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a cost sa. (2nd quarter for Aber- 
nethy). James, Marquess of Doug- 
las. 

Or, a lion rampant parted per fess 
gu. and sa., armed and langued az. 
(2nd quarter for Lovat). Viscount 
Newhaven. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
by a ribbon in bend sa. (2nd quarter 
for Abernethy) ; over all on an escut- 
cheon Douglas. Douglas of that 
Ilk (1 77 i). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., debruised of 
a ribbon sa. (2nd quarter). William 
Alexander Lindsay of Deerpark, 
co. Devon (1871). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
by a ribbon sa. (2nd quarter of 2nd 
grand quarter). Earl of Selkirk 

(1799)- 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 

of a cost sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Abernethy). Earl of Rothes. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a cost sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Abernethy) ; over all on an escut- 
cheon gu. a castle arg. LORD LlN- 
DORES. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Lindsay of Cairne. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Charteris of Amis- 
field. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters) ; over all a baton sa. 
Dempster of Pitliver. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a ribbon sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). BOSWELL OF Glass- 

MONT. 



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Lion — continued. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters) ; over all a cross en- 
grailed and interchanged arg. and 
sa., with a crescent arg. in the centre 
for difference. Sinclair of Murklk 
(1767). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., debruised of 
a ribbon sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Earl of Crawford (1884). The 
Hon. Colin Lindsay (1885). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st quarter 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Lockhart OF Lee (2nd matric. 
1806). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
by a cost sa. (2nd quarter of 2nd and 
3rd grand quarters for Abemcthy) ; 
over the latter a bend sa. charged 
with three buckles of the first. Earl 
of Forfar. 

Or, a lion rampant gu., debruised 
of a ribbon sa. (2nd quarter of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters); over the latter 
on an escutcheon of pretence Douglas. 
Lord Dunglass (1878) ; same arms, 
Earl of Home (1881). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., debruised 
of a ribbon sa. (2nd quarter of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters) ; over the 
latter on an escutcheon of pretence 
Douglas. Hope of Luffness (1886). 
Or, a lion rampant gu., debruised 
of a ribbon sa. (2nd quarter of 3rd 
grand quarter for Abemcthy). Earl 
of Glasgow (1869). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (4th quarter). 
Campbell of Lochdochart. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (4th quarter 
for M'Intosk), all within a bordure 
az. Alexander Campbell, M.U. 

Or, a lion rampant az. (1st and 
4th quarters of 4th grand quarter for 
Percy). Duke of Athole (1865). 

Quarterly arg. and or, in the first 
quarter a lion rampant gu., in the 
second a dexter hand fess-ways couped 
ppr. holding a cross crosslet fitchee 
gu., in the third a galley, oars in 
saltire, sa., in the fourth a salmon 
naiant ppr. ; over all on a fess of the 
third a cushion of the second. 
William Rae Macdonald, Fellow 



Lion — continued. 

of the Faculty of Actuaries, Edinburgh 
(1878). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st 
quarter). HOME OF RENTON. 

Vert, a lion rampant or (1st 
quarter). M'NEILL OF BARRA (1st 
matric. 1806, 2nd do. 1824). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st 
quarter) ; over all on an escutcheon 
az. an orange with a stalk thereat 
slipped ppr., and on it an imperial 
crown. Lord Polwarth (1st 
matric.) 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st grand quarter) ; 
over all an escutcheon arg. (sic) charged 
with an orange crowned and slipped 
ppr. Sir William Purves Hume 
Campbell of Marchmont and 
Purves (18 13). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters for Hume) ; over all on an 
escutcheon az. an orange with a stalk 
thereat slipped ppr., and on it an im- 
perial crown. Earl of Marchmont 
( 1 st matric. . . ., 2nd do. 1765). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quar- 
ters) ; over the latter on an escut- 
cheon az. an orange with the stalk 
erect slipped and imperially crowned 
ppr. Lord Polwarth (2nd matric. 
1836). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters) ; over the latter on an escut- 
cheon of pretence Landale. LORD 
Dunglass (1878) ; same arms, Earl 
of Home (i 88 i). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (3rd 
quarter). BROWN OF ECCLES 

(1808). 
(3) Lion Rampant ... a chief . . . 
in chief ... or on a chief. 
Arg. a lion rampant az., armed 
and langued sa., in chief two martlets 
gu. Crichton of Easthill. 

Arg. a lion rampant az., on a chief 
of the second three lozenges of the 
first. Crichton of Ruthven. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., on a chief 

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Lion — continued. 

sa. a salamander passant through a 
fire ppr. DuNDAS OF KlNCAVEL. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. with a 
heart ppr. in his fore-paws, in (on a ?) 
chief az. three mullets of the first. 

DUNDAS OF NEWHALLS. 

Arg. a lion rampant sa., on a chief 
az. three mullets of the first. Captain 
James Handisyde. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., a chief 
erm. within a bordure invected of the 
second charged with six crescents 
of the first. MONCREIFF OF BOG- 
HALL. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., on a chief 
erm. a rose of the second, a crescent 
for difference. Moncreiff OF Mur- 

NIPAY. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., on a chief 
erm. a rose of the second. Mon- 
creiff of Readie. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., a chief 
erm. within a bordure indented of the 
second charged with eight besants. 
Moncreiff of Sauchope. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., a chief 
erm., a martlet for difference. 
Master de Messone Moncrieff, 
Commissary in the French Army. 

Arg. a lion rampant holding in his 
dexter paw a rose between two 
mullets gu., a chief erm. James 
Moncreiff, merchant, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., a chief 
erm. Sir John Moncreiff of 
that Ilk (1673). 1 

Arg. a lion rampant az., on a chief 
gu. a mullet between a cross crosslet 
fitchee on the dexter and a rose on 
the sinister of the field. Ferguson 
of Craigdarroch (1673). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., a chief 
erm., all within a bordure engrailed 
az. charged with six mullets or. 
Moncrieff of Culfargie (1790). 

Arg. gutte de sang a lion rampant 
sa. gutte d'or, on a chief az. three 
escallops arg. Pattison of Kelvin- 

GROVE (1802). 

Arg. a lion rampant holding be- 
tween his fore-paws a heart gu., in the 
See post, p. 166. 



Lion — continued. 

middle chief point a crescent az. 
charged with a mullet of the first. 
Sir David Dundas, Richmond, 
H.M. Sergeant Surgeon (181 5). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., in chief 
three spur-revels of the second. 
James Coull, yr. of Ashgrove 

(1831). 

Arg. a lion rampant az., on a chief 
erm. three antique crowns of the 
second. Galloway of Sandyhills 

(1844)- 

Arg. a lion rampant az., on a chief 
gu. a mullet between a cross crosslet 
fitchee and a rose of the field, all 
within a bordure of the third.' Sir 
James Fergusson, G.C.B. (i860). 

Arg. a lion rampant az., on a chief 
engrailed gu. a mullet between two 
cinquefoils of the first. FERGUSSON 
of Spittlehaugh (1866). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. and in 
chief two crescents sa. (1st quarter). 
Russell of Moncoffer (1768). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., a chief 
erm. (1st and 4th quarters). Mon- 
creiff Wellwood of Tullibole 

(1770- 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., in chief a 

stag's head cabossed of the second 

between two crescents sa. (1st and 

4th quarters). RUSSELL OF RATHEN 

(1778). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., in the 
dexter chief point an esquire's helmet 
ppr. (1st and 4th quarters). Cle- 
phane OF Carslogie (2nd matric. 
(1802). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu., a chief 
erm. and a crescent of the third in fess 
(sic) (2nd and 3rd quarters). David 
Steuart Moncreiffe (1768). 

Az. a lion salient arg., on a chief 
or three mullets of the field. Inglis 
OF Cramond. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., in chief 
three mullets of the first. Inglis OF 
Mainer and Mainerhead. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., on a 
chief of the second three mullets of 
the first within a bordure gu. John 
Inglis, advocate. 



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Lion — continued. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., on a chief 
engrailed of the second three mullets 
of the first. John Inglis, portioner 
of Newton Leys. 

Az. a lion rampant arg. crowned 
with an antique crown or, in the 
sinister chief point a crescent of the 
second. Macdowal of Castle 
Sempill (1749). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the second, on a chief or 
three mullets of six points of the field. 
Hugh Inglis (1777). 

Az. a lion rampant within a bordure 
arg., on a chief or three mullets of the 
first. Sir William Inglis, K.C.B. 
(1815). 

Az. a lion rampant arg., in chief a 
frigate under sail or between two 
mullets of the second. Captain 
Steuart Boone Inglis (18 17). 

Az. a lion rampant arg., on a chief 
or three estoiles of six points of the 
field. Sir Hugh Inglis of Milton- 
Bryan, Bart. (18 1 9). 

Az. a lion rampant or, on a chief 
embattled erm. a falchion in bend 
sinister surmounted by the Punja 
(borne before the Emperor Shah 
Allum) saltire-ways ppr. GERARD 
OF ROCHSOLES (i 85 i) 

Az. a lion rampant arg., on a chief 
of the last three mullets sa., behind 
the shield two swords in saltire, points 
upwards. John Inglis of Glen- 
CORSE, Lord Justice-General (1867). 

Az. a lion rampant arg., on a chief 
or three arrows, banded together, 
points downward, between two mullets 
gu. Anthony Inglis of Broom- 
hill, Lanarkshire (1873). 

Az. a lion rampant arg., in chief 
three mullets of the second (1st and 
4th quarters). Alexander Hamil- 
ton, alias Inglis of Murdiston 

(1734). 

Az. a lion rampant, in chief three 
mullets arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Inglis of Murdiston). Baillie 
of Polkemmet (2nd matric. 1794, 
3rd do. 1 8 10). 

Erminois, a lion rampant queue 



Lion — continued. 

fourchee issuing from an antique 
crown az., in chief two thistles ppr. 
Thomas Galythly or Golightly, 
Liverpool (1 800). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg., in the 
sinister chief point a crescent sur- 
mounted of a mullet of the last, all 
within a bordure of the second charged 
with ten roses of the first. Lieut.- 
Col. Thomas Dunbar. 

Gu. a lion rampant with a mullet in 
the dexter chief arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). SCOTT OF COMISTON, 
"assigned by the Lyon at London" 
(1st matric. 1747) ; over all an eagle 
displayed az. (2nd matric. 1760). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., on a chief az. 
three mullets of the first, a man's heart 
ppr. within a fetterlock of the second 
in the dexter chief point for difference. 
John Chancellor, second son of 
Shielhill. 

Or, a lion rampant and in chief 
three mullets gu. Fairlie of 
Bruntsfield. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a fess chequy az. and arg., in 
the dexter chief point a crescent. 
Stewart of Scotstoun. 

Or, a lion rampant sa., in chief 
three mullets az. Macmillan of 
Dunmore (1742). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., on a chief 
of the second a crescent between two 
mullets of the first. Fyffe of Dron 

(1763). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., on a chief az. 
a saltire arg. between a triple-towered 
castle upon a rock of the fourth, 
masoned sa., and a terrestrial globe 
ppr. The Educational Institute 
of Scotland (1852). 

Or, a lion gu., a chief of the last. 

M'COMBIE OF EASTERSKENE (1883). 

Or, a lion rampant sa., a chief 
chequy az. and arg. James 

MAUSLANE, Wandsworth, co. Surrey 
(1891). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., a canton 
arg. charged with a dexter hand 
couped fess-ways holding a cross 
crosslet fitchde in pale of the second 



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Lion — continued. 

( i st quarter). JOHN Michie, London 
(1761). 

Or, a lion rampant and in chief 

. three mullets gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters) ; over all on an escutcheon 
arg. a shakefork between a hunting- 
horn in chief and two castles in base 
sa. Cunningham - Fairlie of 

ROBERTLAND (1837). 

Or, a lion rampant gu., a chief of 
the second (1st and 4th quarters). 
Duguid-M'Combie of Cammach- 
MORE, co. Kincardine (1890). 

Or, a lion rampant, in chief three 
mullets gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Fairlie-Cunninghame of Robert- 
land, co. Ayr (1882). 

Vert, a lion rampant or, on a chief 
of the second three roses gu. James 
Newton. 

Vert, a lion rampant or, on a chief 
of the second three roses gu. Newton 
of that Ilk (ist matric. 1673). 

Vert, a lion rampant or, on a chief 
of the last three roses gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Hay Newton OF 
Newton (2nd matric. 1773, 3rd do. 
1809). 
(4) Lion Eampant between ... or be- 
tween . . . and within . . . 

Arg. a lion rampant sa., armed or, 
between three sinister hands couped 
pale-ways gu. Farquhar of Gill- 
mylnscroft. 

Arg. a lion rampant az. between 
three buckles gu. and a chief chequy 
of the first and second. FERGUSON 
of Ralph. 

Arg. a lion rampant az. between 
three dexter hands appaume" erected 
and couped gu. Adair of Genoch 
(1772). 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. between 
two sinister hands couped and ap- 
paumee in chief of the last and a 
crescent in base az. Walter Far- 
quhar, surgeon, London (1786). 

Arg. a lion rampant sa., gorged with 
a plain collar or, between two sinister 
hands in chief couped and appaumd of 
the third and a trefoil slipped in base 
vert, all within a bordure engrailed az. 



Lion — continued. 

Alexander Farquhar, Bailie of 
Kintore (1798). 

Arg. a lion rampant az. between 
two spur-revels in chief gu. and a 
pheon in base of the second. Thomas 
Coull, M.D. (181 5). 

Arg. a lion rampant az. between 
three cinquefoils gu., within a double 
tressure flory counter-dory of the last. 
Major-Gen. Sir James Lyon, K.C.B. 
(1815). 

Arg. a lion rampant between three 
mullets gu. Dwyer (18 18) [impaled 
by CJirislie of Riddry\. 

Arg. a lion rampant az. between 
three cross crosslets fitchee gu. within 
an orle of the third. M'CLIESH OF 
Maryfield (1822). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. between 
three moors' heads sa., banded or (1st 
and 4th quarters). Walker Mori- 
son of Fawfield (1854). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. couped at 
the joints between three sinister 
hands couped in pale az. (3rd quarter). 
Gordon of Balmoor (1775). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. between 
three pheons sa., in chief the arms of 
Henry VII., Lord Strange of Knockyn, 
and Ferdinando, Earl of Derby (4th 
quarter) ; over all on an escutcheon gu., 
ensigned by an earl's coronet, three 
mullets within a bordure or charged 
with a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the field. Duke of Suther- 
land (1839). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. between 
three boars' heads couped or, in the 
middle chief point a mullet of the 
second. Arthur Gordon, Cadiz 
(1790). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. between 
three boars' heads couped or, in the 
middle chief point a covered cup of 
the last, all within a bordure of the 
second. James Gordon, Cadiz 

(i793)- 

Az. a lion rampant arg. between 
three boars' heads erased (?) or, 
within a bordure engrailed of the 
second. Alexander Gordon, mer- 
chant, Glasgow (ist matric. 181 3). 



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Lion — continued. 

Az. a lion rampant arg. between 
three boars' heads couped or, in the 
middle chief point a covered cup of 
the last, within a bordure of the second. 
James Peter Gordon, Xeres 

(1835)- 

Az. a lion rampant arg. between 

three boars' heads couped or (1st and 

4th quarters). Gordon of Bel- 

DORNEY (1790). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. between 
three cushions or, within a bordure of 
the second charged with eight roses 
of the first. Dunbar of Leuchit. 

Gu. a lion rampant or between 
three antique crowns of the second. 
Grant of Elchies (1775). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. between 
three cinquefoils erm. Hamilton of 
Grange (1783). 

Gu. a lion rampant or, in his 
dexter fore-paw a crescent arg-., be- 
tween three antique crowns of the 
second. Grant of Lurg and Hil- 
ton (1788). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg., crowned 
with an antique crown or, between 
three bears' heads couped of the last, 
muzzled az. GEORGE MoUBRAY, 
H.E.I.C.S. (1793). 

Gu. a lion rampant between three 
antique crowns or. Captain Charles 
Grant, C.B., R.N. (1816). 

Gu. a lion rampant between three 
cinquefoils arg., all within a bordure 
engrailed of the last. Gray of 
Carntyne (18 19). 

Gu. a lion rampant between three 
cinquefoils arg. within a bordure en- 
grailed of the second, the lion charged 
on the shoulder with a crescent of the 
first (2nd and 3rd quarters). Gray- 

BUCHANAN OF SCOTSTOUN, CO. 

Lanark (1880). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a fess chequy az. and arg., accom- 
panied by three mullets, two in chief 
and one in base of the third. 
Stewart of Dalguise (1771). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. between 
three crescents of the last, all within 
a double tressure flory counter-flory of 



Lion — continued. 

the second. Peter Whannell, alias 
Buchanan (1778). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. between 
two pine apples in chief vert and an 
escallop in base az. MURCHISON OF 
Tarradale (1788). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. between two 
otters' heads erased in chief ppr. and 
a cinquefoil in base of the second, all 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
dory of the last. Buchanan of 
Ardenconnel (1791). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. gutte - of the 
field between three sinister hands 
couped pale-ways gu. Mortimer of 
Fonthill Park, co. Wilts. (1827). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. between two 
quatrefoils in chief gu. and a thistle in 
base ppr., all within a bordure erm. 
John Buchannan, Whitby (1st 
matric. 1840). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. holding in 
his dexter paw a scimitar ppr. between 
two spur-revels in chief gu. and in 
base a pheon, point upwards, az. 
M'Casland of Newland - Muir 
(1863). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. between 
three escallops sa. Archibald 
Arrol, merchant, Glasgow (1878). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. between two 
mullets in chief vert and a crescent in 
base of the second, within a bordure 
of the third. David Macritchie of 
Logie, co. Perth (1881). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. between two 
mullets in fess az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Patrick Wallace, Pro- 
vost of Arbroath. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a fess chequy az. and arg. between 
three mullets of the third, within a 
bordure of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters). Gow-Steuart of Little 

COLONSAY (1864). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. between two 
otters' heads erased in chief ppr. and 
a cinquefoil in base of the second, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the last (1st and 4th quarters). 
Fergusson-Buchanan of Auchen- 
torlie, co. Dumbarton (1890). 



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Lion — continued. 

Sa. a lion rampant between a garb 
in chief and a writing-pen in base arg. 
Edgar of Keithock. 

Sa. a lion rampant arg. between 
two garbs in chief of the second, 
banded gu., and a besant in base. 
John Edgar, eldest son of Keithock. 

Vert, a lion rampant between two 

piles engrailed issuing from the chief 

arg., within a bordure engrailed of the 

last charged with six papingoes of 

the first, beaked and membered gu. 

Everard Home, surgeon, London 

(ist matric. 1788, 2nd do. as 

Baronet, 18 13). 

(5) Lion Rampant between ... a 

chief ... in chief ... or on 

a chief . . . 

Arg. a lion rampant between two 
mullets gu., a chief ermine. Mon- 
creiff of that Ilk. 1 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. between 
two crescents sa. and as many suns 
ppr., on a chief az. three mullets of 
the first. Russell of that Ilk. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. between 
three cinquefoils vert, on a chief of 
the third a boar's head couped between 
two fleurs de lys or. John M 'Gowan, 
W.S. (1743). 

Or, a lion rampant az. between 
three roses gu., on a chief sa. as 
many escallops of the first. Graham 
OF Grahamshall. 

Or, a lion rampant az. between 
three arrows, points downward, ppi'., 
headed and feathered arg., on a chief 
gu. as many besants. Dr. John 
Hutton (1692). 

Or, a lion rampant, in the dexter 
chief a dexter arm couped gu. holding 
a cross crosslet fitchee sa., in the 
sinister a galley, oars in action, of the 
last, flagged of the second, on a chief 
also of the second three trefoils 
slipped of the first. M'Connel OF 
Cressbrook, co. Derby (i860). 

Or, a lion rampant, in the dexter 

chief a dexter arm couped gu. holding 

a cross crosslet fitchde sa., in the 

sinister a galley, oars in action, of the 

1 See supra, p. 162. 



Lion — continued. 

last, flagged of the second, on a chief 
wavy also of the second a fleur de lys 
between two trefoils of the first. 
David Cameron M'Connel, Aus- 
tralia (i860). 

Or, a lion rampant, in the dexter 
chief a dexter arm couped gu. hold- 
ing a cross crosslet fitchee sa., in 
the sinister a galley, oars in action, of 
the last, flagged of the second, on a 
chief engrailed also of the second a 
crescent between two trefoils slipped 
of the first. James M'Connel, 
merchant, Manchester (i860). 

Or, a lion rampant, in the dexter 
chief a dexter arm couped gu. hold- 
ing a cross crosslet fitchee sa., 
in the sinister a galley, oars in action, 
of the last, flagged of the second, 
on a chief invected also of the second 
a mullet between two trefoils slipped 
of the first. John M'Connel, Aus- 
tralia (i860). 

Or, a lion rampant, in the dexter 
chief a dexter arm couped gu. hold- 
ing a cross crosslet fitchee sa., in 
the sinister a galley, oars in action, of 
the last, flagged of the second, on a 
chief indented also of the second an 
annulet between two trefoils slipped of 
the first. Thomas Houldsworth 
M'Connel, merchant, Manchester 
(i860). 

Or, a lion rampant, in the dexter 
chief a dexter arm couped gu. hold- 
ing a cross crosslet fitchee sa., in 
the sinister a galley, oars in action, 
of the last, flagged of the second, on a 
chief nebuly also of the second a 
martlet between two trefoils slipped 
of the first. William M'Connel, 
merchant, Manchester (i860). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. between 
three powits sa., on a chief az. a 
fountain between two mullets or. 

RUSSEL OF BLACKBRAES (i860). 

(6) Lion Rampant within . . . 

Arg. a lion rampant az. within a 
double tressure flory counter - flory 
of the second. Earl of Strath- 

MORE. 

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Lion — continued. 

from a fess gu., in base a fleur cle 
lys of the third, all within a bordure 
of the second. MASTER Thomas 
Chambers. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure erm. DUNDAS OF Arnis- 
TON. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure compony of the second and 
first. DUNDAS OF Breastmylne. 

Arg. a lion rampant within a 
bordure gu. DUNDAS OF Philips- 

TOUN. 

Arg. a lion rampant within a 
bordure indented gu. JOHN DUNDAS 
OF . . . 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. holding in 
his dexter paw a harp az., within a 
bordure engrailed of the second. 
Harper of Cambusnethax. 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. within a 
bordure of the second. Mowat of 
INGLISTON. 

Arg. a lion rampant within a 
bordure az. RENTON OF Lammer- 
TOUN. 

Arg. a lion rampant az. within a 
bordure engrailed gu. Alexander 
Crichton, son of Woodhouselee 

(1763). 

Arg. a lion rampant az. within a 
bordure invected vert. William 
Crichton, merchant, London (1770). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second. Dundas OF FlNGASK 
(2nd matric. 1 77 1 ). 

Arg. a lion rampant within a 
double tressure dory counter-flory gu., 
in the dexter chief point a crescent 
of the last. Dundas of Barton 
Court, co. Berks. (1808). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure engrailed erm. Dundas OF 
Beechwood (1821). 

Arg. a lion rampant double queued 
purpure within a tressure flory of the 
same. The Rev. John George 
Storie, M.A., Camberwell (1836). 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. within a 
bordure engrailed parted per pale 
pf the second and gu. William 



Lion — continued. 

Hinshaw, Barrochan House, Renfrew 

(1871). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (1st 
quarter), al! within a bordure 
quarterly gu. and arg. Mr. Philip 
Macdonald Bowie, minister at the 
Hague. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Macdonald, 
G.C.B. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure az. 
charged with two mascles in chief arg. 
and a boar's head erased in base 
or. Macdonald of St. Martins 

(1849). 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
charged with three antique crowns or. 
G. G. Foote Macdonald (1850). 

Arg. a lion rampant az. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed az. John Crichton, heir- 
male of Crawfurdton. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Bruce Dundas of Blair (1796). 

Arg. a lion rampant az. within a 
bordure gu., on a chief engrailed of 
the second a mullet between two cross 
crosslets fitchee or (2nd quarter). 
Fergusson of Isle (1788). 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly gu. and sa. Weems OF 
Balfarge. 

Arg. a lion rampant sa. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
counter-compony or and gu. Dr. 
James Weems, Dean of St. Andrews 
and Principal of St. Leonard's 
College. 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. and a chiet 
erm. within a bordure engrailed az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Scott 
MONCRIEFF OF COATS AND RYND 

(I770- 

Arg. a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 

3rd quarters), all within a bordure or. 
Mackenzie of Applecross (1825). 
Arg. a lion rampant gu. within a 



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Lion — continued. 

bordure erm. (3rd quarter for Dundas), 
on an escutcheon of pretence over 
Nisbet-Hamilton-Ogilvy of Biel 

(1888). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. crowned 
with an open crown or, within a 
bordure chequy of the second and 
first. Andrew M'Dowall, London. 

Az. a lion salient arg., armed and 
langued vert, holding in his dexter 
paw a sword erected of the second, 
within an orle of eight crescents or. 
. . . MANSON, burgomaster, Holland. 

Az. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure gu. charged with eight 
buckles and escallops interchanged 

or. OCHTERLONIE OF GUYND. 

Az. a lion rampant arg., in base 
the Holy Bible expanded ppr., all 
within a bordure gu. charged with 
eight buckles or. Mr. John Ochter- 
LONIE, minister at Aberlemno. 

Az. a lion rampant within (an adder) 
disposed orle -ways arg., within a 
bordure gu. charged with eight buckles 
or. Mr. David Ochterlonie. 

Az. a lion rampant arg. crowned 
with an antique crown or, within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
six fraises of the first. Macdougall 
of Mackerston (patent 1698, 
registered 1774). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. gorged with 
an antique crown or, within a bordure 
counter-nebuly gu. and of the last. 
Captain Robert M'Dowall, of the 
Portuguese Navy (1767). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Sir John M'Neill, G.C.B. (1840). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
erm. Lord Colonsay (1867). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure compony of the one and the 
other (2nd and 3rd quarters). Camp- 
bell of Ellerslie (1742). 

Az. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure counter-compony of the second 
and first (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Campbell of Succoth (2nd matric. 
1808). 



Lion — continued. 

Az. a lion rampant within a bordure 
arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Lamont- 
Campbell of Possil (1892). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
ten roses of the first. Dunbar OF 
Baldone. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
three roses and as many cushions 
interchanged of the first. Dunbar of 
Hillhead. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
engrailed arg. and in his dexter paw 
an anchor or. Gray of Bellegerno. 

Gu. a lion rampant holding a quill 
in his dexter paw, within a bordure 
engrailed arg. Gray of Haystoune. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
engrailed arg. charged with eight 
thistles ppr., slipped vert. William 
Gray, Dingwall Pursuivant. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. holding 
between his paws an anchor az., 
environed with an adder ppr., within 
a bordure engrailed of the second. 
Alexander Gray, writer, Edinburgh. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure invected of the second. 
M 'Gilchrist of Northbar. 

Gu. embordured a lion rampant or 
with a sword in his dexter paw. 
Scrimzeor of Kirkton. 

Gu. embordured a lion rampant or 
with a sword in his dexter paw, a 
martlet for difference. John SCRIM- 
zeor, bailie of Dundee. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
wavy arg. Gray of Carse (i 74 i, 
recorded 1804). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. holding in 
his dexter paw a writing pen ppr., all 
within a bordure engrailed or. Dr. 
George Gray, Calcutta (1749). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). Dunbar of Boath 

(i 753)- 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure engrailed of the second 
charged in the middle chief with a 



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Lion — continued. 

crescent of the field. Gray of Gray 

AND KlNFAUNS (1878). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure compony of the last and az. 
Wallace of Busbie and Cloncaird, 
co. Ayr (1888). 

Gu. a lion rampant within an orle 
of eight crosses moline arg. J. M. 
Gray, National Portrait Gallery, 
Edinburgh. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
a bordure nebuly quarterly az. and 
gu. Dunbar of Durn. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
a bordure arg. charged with eight 
fraises gu. Dunbar of Grange. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
a bordure vairy gu. and or. Dunbar 
of Hemprigs. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
a bordure gu. charged with eight 
annulets or. Dunbar of Inchbrok. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses of the first (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure quarterly az. and 
gu., and in the centre a deer's head 
cabossed for difference. Dunbar of 
Newton. 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters). Dunbar 
of Westfield. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure of 
the last. Wallace of Neilstonside 

(1759)- 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses of the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters) ; 
over all a cross moline az., all within a 
bordure nebuly quarterly gu. and az. 
William Dunbar (1777). 

Gu. embordured, a lion rampant 
or with a scimitar in his dexter paw 
ppr. (2nd quarter for Scrimsoure). 
Stewart-Fothringham of Pourie, 
co. Forfar (1890). 

Gu. a lion rampant within a bordure 



Lion — continued. 

arg. charged with eight roses of the 
first (2nd and 3rd quarters for March). 
Earl of March. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
indented or with a canton erm. 
Fraser of Hospitalfield (1852). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
indented or. Fraser of Kirkton. 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses of the first (1st and 4th quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), the 
latter within a bordure quarterly az. 
and or, and in the fess point a deer's 
head cabossed ppr. Dame Mary 
Dunbar Brander of Pitgaveny 
(1854). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. crowned or 
charged on the shoulder with a crescent 
of the first (2nd and 3rd quarters [for 
Mowbray\ of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters), the latter within a bordure 
erm. Lindsay of Balcarres (1875). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (3rd 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure az. charged 
with eight garbs or, in the centre of 
the shield a crescent gu. Major 
Henry Erskine Forbes (1870). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
ten roses of the first (3rd quarter). 
Hamilton of Baldon (1733). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure az. 
charged with eight garbs or. Fraser 
OF Fraserfield (2nd matric. 1775). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the second charged with 
ten roses of the first, barbed vert 
(4th quarter for Dunbar). Earl of 
Selkirk (1799). 

Gu. a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses of the first (4th quarter for Dun- 
bar of Hemprigs). Robert Taylor, 
H.E.I. C.S. (1 8 1 2). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. armed and 
langued az., within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory of the second, en- 



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Lion — continued. 

circled with the Order of Scotland, the 
same being composed of rue and 
thistles, having the image of St. 
Andrew with his cross on his breast 
thereto pendant. King OF SCOTLAND. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a ribbon sa., within a bordure az. 
charged with three boars' heads erased 
of the first. Abernethy-Drummond 
of Hawthornden (1764). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second. BUCHANAN OF THAT ILK. 

Or, a lion rampant sa. holding in 
his paw a man's heart ppr., within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second. Buchanan of Drum- 
makill. 

Or, a lion rampant sa. holding in 
his dexter paw an arrow and in his 
sinister a bow, all ppr., within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory of the 
second. Buchanan of Drumhead. 

Or, a lion rampant (sa.) within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second, a crescent for difference. 
Buchanan of Sound. 

Or, a lion rampant sa. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second, a bordure gu. charged 
with eight crescents arg. Patrick 
Buchanan, son of Milltoun. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all joints of the field, within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory az. Duke 
and Earl of Lauderdale. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all the joints of the first, within a 
bordure az. Maitland OF Eccles. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all the joints of the first, within a 
bordure chequy az. and arg. MAIT- 
LAND OF Pittreachie. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all its joints, within a bordure wavy az. 
charged with eight hand grenades of 
the first. Captain James Maitland, 
H.M. Foot Guards. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all his joints of the first, within a 
bordure wavy az. Robert Maitland, 
Lieutenant of the Bass. 



Lion— continued. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the last, all within a bordure compony 
arg. and az. Lundin of that Ilk 
(1679). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a ribbon sa., within a bordure az. 
charged with three boars' heads erased 
of the first. Dr. W. Abercromby 
Drummond of Hawthornden 

(1764). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second, within a bordure engrailed 
gu. Captain Alexander Buchanan, 
son of Ballat (1784). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure counter-compony az. and arg. 
Commander James Wemyss (1788). 

Or, a lion rampant sa., in his dexter 
fore-paw a dagger ppr. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory of the 
second, all within a bordure invected 
gu. Buchanan of Ardoch (1791). 

Or, a lion rampant sa., in his dexter 
fore-paw a dagger ppr. surrounded by 
a double tressure flory counter-flory 
of the second, within a bordure gu. 
Buchanan of Arden (1793). 

Or, on a mount ppr. a lion rampant 
gu. holding in his dexter paw a 
scimitar az. within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory of the second, on a 
dexter canton of the third a front 
view of the Palace of Scone arg. 
ensigned on the top with an imperial 
crown ppr. County of Perth 
(1800). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped at 
the joints of the field surrounded by 
a double tressure flory counter-flory az., 
within a bordure embattled of the last. 
Maitland of Kilmaron (181 i). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all his joints of the field surrounded 
by a double tressure flory counter-flory, 
within a bordure embattled of the 
second, on a chief sa. a rose arg. 
Maitland of Auchlane (18 13). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a bend sa. charged with a buckle 
between two mascles arg., within a. 



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Lion — continued. 

bordure az. Spens of Stonelaw 

(1819). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. surmounted 
of a fess gu. charged with three 
mullets of the first, within a double 
tressure fiory counter-flory of the 
second. Buchanan of Shandon 
(1863). 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure fiory counter-flory sa., within a 
bordure engrailed parted per pale az. 
and gu. John Buchanan, merchant, 
Glasgow (1868). 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure fiory counter-flory sa. within a 
bordure inverted parted per pale gu. 
and arg. and charged with eight 
crescents counter-changed. John 
Buchanan, Whitby, Yorks (2nd 
matric. 1872). 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., armed 
and langued az. (1st quarter); over all 
in chief a file of three lambeaux arg. 
James, Duke of Albany and York, 
etc. [James VII.] 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st quarter), 
all within a bordure gu. charged with 
eight annulets or. MACKINTOSH of 
Aberarder. 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., a 
bordure compony az. and arg. ( 1 st and 
4th quarters). Earl of Moray. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a cost sa. (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure engrailed az. 
Abernethie of Auchincloich. 

Or, a lion rampant sa. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second, all within a bordure counter- 
compony arg. and gu. Patrick 
Buchanan of . . . 

Or, a lion rampant reguardant gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a bor- 
dure indented arg. Thomas Guthrie, 
Provost of Forfar. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure vairy. 
Mackintosh of Connadge. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. 



Lion — continued. 

Mackintosh of Kyllachy (1st 
matric. . . .) 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly gu. and sa. Weems of 
Belfarge. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
counter-compony or and gu. Dr. 
James Weems, Dean of St. Andrews 
and Principal of St. Leonard's College. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second, within a bordure compony 
arg. and az. (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure az. Lundin OF 
Baldester (1698). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory of 
the second (1st and 4th quarters). 
Buchanan of Drumpellier (i st 
matric. 1 76 1 ). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
John Duthy, Winchester, eldest son 
of Drumlathie (1773). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure of the last charged with 
eight roses arg. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Spens of Lathallan (3rd matric. 
1780). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. within a 
bordure of the last charged with eight 
roses arg., in the dexter chief point 
a heart ensigned with an imperial 
crown, both ppr. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). Nathaniel Spens, M.D. 
(3rd matric. 1780). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
gu. charged in chief with a lion 
passant guardant arg. imperially 
crowned ppr. Farquharson of 
Inverey (1789). 

Or, a lion rampant within a (double) 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bor- 
dure engrailed compony az. and arg. 
Stewart of Ardvorlich (1802). 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bor- 



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Lion — continued. 

dure engrailed compony az. and arg. 
Major-General Robert Stewart, 
H.E.I.C.S. (1802). 

Or, a lion rampant couped at all 
the joints, within a bordure embattled 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Main- 
land OF DUNDRENNAN (1806). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory sa. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Buchanan 

OF ACHLESHIE AND ARNPRIOR 

(1810). 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory sa. (1st and 
4th quarters). Buchanan of Drum- 
pellier (2nd matric. 1821). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all the joints of the field, within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory az. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Ramsay- 
Gibson-Maitland of Cliftonhall 
and barnton (1866). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. holding in 
the dexter fore-paw a cinquefoil erm., 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the second (1st and 4th 
quarters). William Cross Buch- 
anan, C.E. (1867). 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu. (1 stand 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed parted per pale or and arg. 
Steuart of Ballechin (1876). 

Or, a lion rampant sa. holding in 
his dexter fore -paw a dagger ppr. 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory of the second, within a bordure 
invected gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Gray - Buchanan of Scotstoun, 
co. Lanark (1880). 

Or, a lion rampant within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., all 
within a bordure engrailed parted per 
pale arg. and or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Charles Ferdinand de Kierz- 
kowski-Steuart, London (1888). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (1st quarter 
of 1 st and 4th grand quarters), the 
latter within a bordure gu. charged 
with eight annulets or. Keir-MaC- 
kintosh of Dalmigavie, co. Inver- 
ness. 



Lion — continued. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand quar- 
ters) ; over the latter dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa. within a bor- 
dure chequy or and az. Frederick 
Granville Sinclair of Fairmead, 
co. Cambridge (1891). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters J ), all within a bordure chequy 
az. and arg. Leslie of Denlugas 

(1814). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. debruised 
of a ribbon sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
of 1st and 4th grand quarters), the 
latter within a bordure az. semee of 
fourteen mullets or. Lindsay of 
Balcarres (1875). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
by a baton sa. (2nd quarter), all within 
a bordure indented or ; over all on an 
escutcheon Douglas. DOUGLAS OF 
Bridgeford. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. debruised 
with a ribbon sa. (2nd quarter), all 
within a bordure az. charged with 
eight garbs or. Fraser OF Fraser- 
field (2nd matric. 1775). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. couped in 
all his joints of the field, within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory 
az. (2nd quarter). FERGUSSON of 
Kilkerran (1880). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a cost sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Abemethy), all within a bordure 
az. charged with fourteen mullets or. 
Earl of Balcarres. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure indented gu. 

BOSWELL OF DOWEN. 

Or, a lion rampant gu., over all a 
baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure parted per pale 

1 Afterwards altered (but without further 
matriculation) to 2nd and 3rd quarters, the lion 
being debruised by a ribbon sable and the 
quarters surrounded by a bordure az. , with the 
Gron arms on an escutcheon en surtout ; the 
bordure chequy was abolished. See note in 
Register without date. 



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Lion — continued. 

arg. and sa. Mr. John Dempster, 
Minister of Monifieth. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure parted per pale 
chequy and counter-compony gu. and 
or. Leslie of Burdsbank. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure chequy gu. and 
or. Leslie of Findrassie. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. debruised by 
a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure indented and 
parted per pale arg. and az. Leslie 
of Torrie. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters), all within a bordure quarterly 
or and gu. charged with eight 
mullets counter - changed. Lindsay 
OF Cavill. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure az. Lindsay of 
Evelick. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. surmounted 
of a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure az. charged with 
eight roses arg. LINDSAY OF KlL- 

SPINDIE. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within 
a bordure indented gu. SINCLAIR OF 
Dunbeath (1st matric. . . .) 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters); over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within a 
bordure chequy or and gu. Sinclair 
of Freswick. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within 
a bordure invected gu. Sinclair of 
Stemster. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within 
a bordure compony gu. and or. Sin- 
clair of Stircock. 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 



Lion — continued. 

3rd quarters), over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within 
a bordure compony of the last and arg. 
Sinclair of Ulbster (1st matric. 
1678). 

Or, a lion rampant reguardant gu. 
holding in his dexter paw a cross 
crosslet fitchee az. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters), all within a bordure wavy az. 
Captain John Gardyne (1733). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., all within 
a bordure erm. Sinclair of Bar- 
rock (1767). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed quarterly arg. 
and sa., all within a bordure quarterly 
or and gu., the last charged with three 
mullets of the first. Sinclair of 
Ulbster (2nd matric. 1778). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. debruised 
by a baton sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure parted per pale 
arg. and sa. Hawkins Dempster 
of Dunnichen (1855). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. debruised 
of a ribbon sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
all within a bordure engrailed sa. 
Boswell of Balmuto (1875). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), over all dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa., the whole 
within a bordure parted per pale, the 
dexter side indented gu., the sinister 
erm. Sinclair of Dunbeath, co. 
Caithness (2nd matric. 1886). 

Or, a lion rampant gu. debruised 
of a ribbon sa. (2nd quarter of 2nd 
and 3rd grand quarters), the latter 
within a bordure az. charged with 
eight garbs or, in the centre of the 
shield a crescent gu. Major Henry 
Erskine Forbes (1870). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. within 
a bordure or, entoyer of eight 
roundles (fountains) barry wavy of 
the first and second. Home OF 
Ninewells. 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure engrailed erminois, on a chief 



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LION— LIONS 



Lion — continued. 

of the second three papingoes of the 
first, beaked and membered gu. 
Hume of Harries (1S02). 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st 
quarter), all within a bordure engrailed 
gu. Home of Kames. 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure erm. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Home of Blackader. 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure erm. (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure or. Hume of 
Carsrigg. 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure engrailed or, verdoy of eight 
roses gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Home of Kimmerghame. 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. (1st and 
4th quarters), over all in the fess 
point a rose gu., a bordure of the 
same for difference. Home of 
Westrestoun. 

Vert, a lion rampant arg. within a 
bordure or charged with eight foun- 
tains barry wavy of the first and 
second (1 stand 4th quarters). Alex- 
ander George Home of Whit- 
field, M.D. (1874). 
(7) Lion Sejant. 

Arg. a lion sejant, full-faced gu., hold- 
ing in his dexter paw a thistle slipped 
vert and in the sinister a shield (or 
inescutcheon) of the second, on a 
chief az. a saltire of the first. Lyon 
Office. 
Lions (2). 

Arg. two lions combatant supporting 
between their paws a rose gu., stalked 
and leaved vert. Heron of that 
Ilk (1767). 

Arg. two lions combatant supporting 
between their paws a rose gu., 
stalked and leaved vert. Maxwell 
Heron of Heron (i860). 

Gu. two lions passant guardant in 
pale parted per pale or and arg. 
Donald MacBrayne, Glasgow (1st 

matric. 1770, 2nd d°- 1 77 3)- 

Gu. two lions passant guardant in 
pale parted per pale or and arg., 
within a bordure of the last charged 
in the flanks with two cross crosslets 



Lions (2) — continued. 

fitchee az. and as many saltires couped 
in chief and base vert. MacBrayne 
of Summerlee (1790). 

Gu. two lions passant guardant 
parted per pale or and arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters). MacBrayne OF 
Glenbranter (1871) 

Gu. two lions passant in pale arg. 
(4th quarter of 3rd grand quarter for 
Strange). Duke of Athole (1865). 

Gu. two lions passant in pale arg. 
(7th quarter [for Strange] of coat im- 
paled by Macgregor). Captain 
Evan John Macgregor Murray 
(1809). 

Sa. two lions counter-passant arg., 
collared gu. Thomas Gleg, M.D. 
Lions (3). 

Gu. three lions rampant arg. Ross 
of Balnagown. 

Gu. three lions rampant between 
as many mullets arg. Ross of Mor- 
inchie. 

Gu. three lions rampant arg. within 
a bordure counter-compony of the 
second and first. Ross OF Kindease. 

Gu. three lions rampant arg. within 
a bordure counter-compony or and of 
the first. Ross of Pitkearie. 

Gu. three lions rampant arg. within 
a bordure of the second. Ross OF 
Priesthill (1767). 

Gu. three lions rampant arg., on a 
chief or three legs conjoined in the 
centre at the upper part of the thigh 
and flexed in triangle az. Ross OF 
MlLLCRAIG (1795). 

Gu. three lions rampant or, on a 
chief arg. three mullets of the field. 
Merry of Belladrum (1863). 

Gu. three lions rampant arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters [for Ross] of 3rd 
grand quarter). Lord Lamington 
(1880). 

Gu. three lions rampant arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 4th grand quarter 
for Ross). Baillie of Lamington 
(2nd matric. 1837). 

Gu. three lions rampant or (2nd 
quarter of 2nd grand quarter). RlD- 
DELL OF ARDNAMURCHAN (2nd 

matric. 1829). 



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175 



Lions (3) — continued. 

( iu. three lions rampant, each holding 
in his dexter paw a cross crosslet 
fitchee arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
ROSS Leith OF Arnagk (1st matric. 
1 795. By the 2nd matric. in 1800 
the order of the quarterings was 
reversed). 
Lion, Demi- 

Arg. a demi-lion sa. issuing out of a 
fess gu. and in base a fieur de lys of 
the last. Sir Charles Chalmers, 
Bart, (of Cults). 

Arg. a demi-lion rampant sa. issuing 
out of a fess and in base a fleur de 
lys within a bordure gu. Mons. 
. . . Chambers, Baron of Tartas, 
France. 

Arg. a demi-lion rampant sa. issuing 
out of a fess wavy gu. between two 
mullets in chief and a fleur de lys in 
base az. Chalmers of Larbert 

(1763). 

Arg. a demi-lion sa. issuing out of 
a fess gu. charged with two bells of 
the first, in base a fleur de lys 
of the third. Sir David Patrick 
Chalmers (1876). 

Arg. a demi-lion sa. issuing from a 
fess az. charged with a bear's head 
couped of the first, muzzled gu., in base 
a fleur de lys of the last, within a bor- 
dure of the second. Chalmers of 
Westburn, co. Aberdeen (1886). 

Arg. a demi-lion sa. issuing from a 
fess az. charged with a bear's head 
couped of the first, muzzled gu., in base 
a fleur de lys of the last, within a bor- 
dure of the second charged with a 
crescent of the field. John Gray 
Chalmers, Aberdeen (1886). 

Arg. a demi-lion rampant sa. issuing 
out of a fess gu. between two mullets 
in chief and a fleur de lys in base az., 
within a bordure engrailed of the last 
(1st and 4th quarters). FERGUSSON 
of Isle (1788). 

Arg. a demi-lion issuing out of a 
fess sa. and in base a fleur de lys gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Chalmers). 
Shand of Arnhall (18 16). 

Erm. a demi-lion rampant double- 
queued gu. issuing from an antique 



Lion, Demi — continued. 

crown or and holding in his dexter 
paw a thistle ppr. GELLATLY OF 
LOUGHTON, co. Essex (1872). 

Erm. a demi-lion rampant double- 
queued gu. issuing from an antique 
crown or and holding in his dexter 
paw a thistle ppr., all within a bordure 
gu. Gellatly of Uplands, co. 
Kent (1872). 
Lions, Demi- (3). 

Arg. three demi-lions rampant gu. 
issuing out of two bars wavy az., two 
out of the uppermost and one out of 
the undermost. Milliken of that 
Ilk (1 741 )- 
Lozenges (3). 

Arg. three lozenges gu. within a bor- 
dure az. James Pitcairn, surgeon 
(1803). 

Arg. three lozenges gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
engrailed gu. Pitcairn of that Ilk 
(1st matric.) 

Arg. three lozenges gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Pitcairn of Forther 
or of that Ilk. 

Arg. three lozenges gu. ( 1 st and 4th 
quarters). Pitcairn of Pitlower. 
Lozengy. 

Lozengy or and az. on a pale gu. 
three estoiles of six points wavy of 
the first. Antrobus of Antrobus 
and Rutherford (1st matric. 181 1, 
2nd do. 181 5). 

Lozengy or and gu. (1st quarter of 
2nd grand quarter). RlDDELL OF 
ARDNAMURCHAN (2nd matric. 1829). 

Man. 

Az. a man (human body) fess-ways 
between a dexter hand having an eye 
on the palm issuing out of a cloud 
downward and a castle situate on a 
rock ppr., within a bordure or charged 
with several instruments peculiar to 
the art (sic) ; on a canton of the first 
a saltire arg. surmounted of a thistle 
vert crowned of the third. College 
of Surgeons, Edinburgh. 

Sa. a naked man, his arms expanded 
ppr. Dalziel, Earl of Carnwath. 

Sa. a naked man with his arms 



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MAN— MARTLETS 



Man — continued. 

expanded ppr., within a bordure arg. 
Dalziell of Glenea. 

Sa. a naked man, his arms ex- 
panded, within a bordure engrailed 
arg. John Dalziel, merchant, Lon- 
don. 

Sa. a naked man with his arms 
extended au naturel, on a canton arg. 
a sword and pistol disposed in saltire 
ppr. Dalziel of Binns (ist matric. 
1685). 

Sa. a naked man, his arms extended 
ppr., between two mullets or, within a 
bordure of the last. Dalyell of 
Lingo (1794). 

Sa. a naked man, his arms extended, 
on a canton arg. a sword and pistol 
in saltire ppr. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Dalziel of Binns (2nd matric. 
1772). 
Martlet. 

Arg. a martlet displayed between 
three quatrefoils sa., on a chief of the 
second as many quatrefoils of the first. 
Whyt of Bannachie. 

Arg. a martlet between three quatre- 
foils sa., on a chief purpure three 
garbs or. Mrs. Janeta Conti or 
White (1770). 

Arg. a martlet az. in a fetterlock 
sa. within a bordure gu., on a chief 
of the second three mullets of the 
field. Murray of Murrayfield 
(1776). 

Arg. a martlet between three quatre- 
foils sa., on a chief gu. as many 
quatrefoils or. White of Bankhead 
(1786). 

Arg. a martlet displayed between 
three quatrefoils sa., on a chief of the 
second as many quatrefoils of the 
first (ist and 4th quarters). WHITE 
Melville of Bennochy (1799). 

Az. a martlet between three mullets 
arg. within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory or, surrounded with a 
bordure parted per pale of the second 
and third. MURRAY OF Spott. 

Az. a martlet between three mullets 
arg. within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory or, surrounded by a bor- 
dure embattled of the second. COR- 



Martlet — continued. 

net George Murray, H.M. Horse- 
Guards. 

Az. a martlet or between three 
mullets arg. surrounded by a (double) 
tressure flory counter-flory of the 
second, within a bordure compony of 
the third and gu. Murray of 
Simprim (1802). 

Az. a martlet or between three 
mullets arg. within a bordure of the 
second, on a canton erm. a sword ppr. 
surmounted by a trident saltire-ways 
sa. Captain James Murray, R.N. 
(1812). 

Az. a martlet between three bears' 
heads couped arg., muzzled gu. (ist 
and 4th quarters). Forbes OF BRUX 
(1767). 

Az. a martlet between three bears' 
heads couped arg., muzzled gu., within 
a bordure of the last (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). Lieut. - Col. John Forbes, 
second son of Skellater (1767). 

Az. a martlet or between three 
mullets arg. within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory of the last (3rd 
quarter). Lord Elibank [Murray 
of Blackbarony] (1843). 

Gu. a martlet between three cinque- 
foils arg. within a bordure embattled 
or. Captain Thomas Hamilton 
(1673). 

Gu. a martlet or between three 
wolves' heads erased arg. within a 
bordure engrailed of the second. 
Charles Robertson, herald painter 

(i79i). 

Gu. a martlet between three cinque- 
foils arg. within a bordure embattled 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters). Hamilton- 
Starke of Troqueer Holm, co. 
Kirkcudbright (1885). 
Martlets (3). 

Arg. three martlets sa., on a chief 
gu. a pennon with staff and a claymore 
saltire-ways of the first, the former 
inscribed with the word " Bonnie." 
Charles Archibald Glennie, Brazil 
(1859). 

Arg. three martlets gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Ramsay OF WAUCHTOUN. 



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177 



Martlets (3) — continued. 

Arg. three martlets sa., on a comble 
az. a cross or, a franc quartier of the 
third charged with a sword pale-ways, 
point upwards, ppr. (4th quarter for 
Flahaulf) ; on an escutcheon of pre- 
tence over Marchioness of Lans- 

DOWNE AND BARONESS NAIRNE 

(1878). 

Gu. three martlets arg., a fleur de lys 
for difference. Cairns OF PlLMURE. 

Gu. three martlets arg. Viscount 
Oxenford. 

Gu. three martlets within a bordure 
arg. Macgill of Ballynester, 
Ireland. 

Gu. three martlets within a bordure 
indented arg. MACGILL OF KEMBACK 
(1st matric.) 

Gu. three martlets arg. Makgill 
OF Rankeillor. 

Gu. three martlets within a bordure 
engrailed arg. Macgill of Rum- 

GALLY. 

Gu. three martlets arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Macgill of Kemback 
(2nd matric. 1 77 1 ). 
Mary, The Virgin. 

Gu. the Virgin Mary with her Babe 
in her arms or. Royal Burgh of 
Banff. 
Mascle. 

Arg. a mascle az. between three 
gillyflowers slipped gu. within a double 
tressure flory counter - flory vert. 
Livingston of Parkhall (1766). 

Arg. a mascle az. between three 
gillyflowers slipped gu. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory vert (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
az. John Livingstone Learmonth, 
London (1870). 

Arg. a mascle az. between three 
gillyflowers slipped gu. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory vert (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 

wavy az. ANDREW JAMES LIVING- 
STONE Learmonth of Ercildoun, 
Victoria (1870). 

Arg. a mascle az. between three 
gillyflowers slipped gu. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory vert (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 



Mascle — continued. 

engrailed az. Thomas LIVINGSTONE 
Learmonth of Parkhall (1870). 

Arg. a mascle az. between three 
gillyflowers slipped gu. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory vert (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bor- 
dure invected az. Somerville 
Livingstone Learmonth, Victoria 
(1870). 
Mascles (3). 

Arg. three mascles sa., on a chief 
of the last two lions passant of the 
first. OGSTON of Ardoe, co. Kin- 
cardine (1876). 

Arg. three mascles sa., on a chief 
of the last two lions passant of the 
first, in the middle chief point a 
crescent arg. OGSTON OF NOR- 
WOOD, co. Aberdeen (1876). 

Arg. three mascles sa., on a chief 
of the last two lions passant of the 
first, a bordure gu. FRANCIS OGSTON, 
M.D.-(i876). 

Arg. three mascles sa., on a chief of 
the second as many lions passant guard- 
ant of the first (3rd quarter). ROBERT 
Douglas, son of Tillequhallie. 

Arg. three mascles sa., on a chief 
of the last as many lions passant 
guardant of the first (3rd quarter). 
Douglas of Tilwhilly (1800). 

Az. three mascles within a bordure 
engrailed or. Wardlaw of West- 
RESTON [impaled by Burnet of War- 
riston\ 

Az. three mascles or (1st and 4th 
quarters). Wardlaw of Pitreavie. 

Az. three mascles or (1st and 4th 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters), a crescent arg. for difference. 
Wardlaw Ramsay of Whitehill 

(1849). 

Gu. three mascles or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Cessford). Earl of 
Roxburgh. 
Mascles (4). 

Az. four mascles in cross arg. 
Miller ( 1 8 1 8) [impaled by Gartshore 
Stirling\. 
Mascles (6). 

Gu. six mascles, 3, 2 and 1, or. 
Harry Vipont, Hampstead. 

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MASCLES— MULLET 



Mascles (6) — continued. 

Gu. six mascles or, 3, 2 and i 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Weapont). 

COCKBURN OF LANGTOUN. 

Gu. six mascles, 3, 2 and 1, or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). COCKBURN 

OF ROWCHESTER (1779). 

Gu. six mascles, 3, 2 and 1, or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters). STOTHERT OF 
Blaiket (18 1 4). 
Maunch. 

Sa. a maunch arg. within a bordure 
or charged with eight pairs of lions' 
gambs saltirewise erased gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Wharton Duff of 
Orton (18 10). 
Monastery. 

Az. the front of an ancient monas- 
tery arg. (2nd quarter). COLIN 
MacLarty, M.D., Provost of Camp- 
beltown (18 19). 
Moon. 

Az. the moon in her complement 
between nine mullets arg., 3, 2, 3, 1. 
Baillie of Walstoun. 
Mount— .?<?£ Hill. 
Mountain. 

Arg. a mountain vert, on a chief gu. 
a cross moline of the field between 
two lozenges vair. John DOUGAL, 
Rickarton, co. Kincardine (1841). 

Arg. a mountain vert, on a chief 
gu. a cross moline of the field be- 
tween two lozenges vair, a bordure 
erm. GEORGE DOUGAL, Calcutta 
(1842). 

Arg. a mountain vert, on a chief az. 
a fieur de lys between two acorns or. 
Miss Elizabeth Kinnear Stark 

DOUGALL OF SCOTSCRAIG ( I 8 5 I ). 

Or, on a pedestal a mountain vert in- 
flamed ppr., in the dexter chief point 
the arms of the Isle of Man. MACLEOD 
OF COLBECKS, Jamaica (1762). 

Or, a burning mountain ppr., in 
the dexter and sinister chief points 
two crosses patee fitchde gu. Mac- 
Leod of Rasay(i779). 

Or, a mountain in flames ppr. (1st 
quarter), in the centre of the shield a 
boar's head couped or. Lieut.-Col. 
Jabez Mackenzie (1806). 



Mountain — continued. 

Or, a mountain az. inflamed ppr. 
(1st quarter). Miss Hay Mackenzie 
of Cromartie (1849). 

Or, a mountain az. in flames gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters, 1st matric. . . . 
1st quarter, 2nd matric. 1784). Mac- 
Leod of Cadboll. 

Or, a mountain az. inflamed gu. 
(2nd quarter of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Mackenzie OF SCATWELL 
(3rd matric. 1844). 

Or, a mountain inflamed az. and 
gu. (2nd quarter). Mackenzie of 
Scatwell (1st matric.) 

Or, a mountain az. inflamed gu. 
(2nd quarter) ; over all a crescent arg. 
for difference. MACKENZIE OF SCOTS- 
BURN. 

Or, a mountain inflamed az. and gu. 
(2nd quarter) ; over all an escutcheon 
gu. charged with three antique crowns 
or. Capt. Alexander Mackenzie, 
second son to Scatwell (1759). 

Or, a mountain az. inflamed gu. 
(2nd quarter). Mackenzie of Scat- 
well (2nd matric. 181 1). 

Or, a burning mountain az., in 
chief three ravens with their wings 
expanded ppr. (2nd and 3rd quarters), 
within a bordure az. charged with 
eight passion crosses arg. Adam of 
Whitslaid. 

Or, a mountain in flames ppr. (1st 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter), the latter 
within a bordure erm. Stewart of 
Grandtully (2nd matric. 1839). 
Mullet — see also Star. 

Arg. a mullet gu., on a chief sa. a 
cushion or. Marjoribanks of Bal- 

BARDIE. 

Arg. a mullet between three 
escutcheons gu. within a bordure az. 
Charles Hay, banker, Edinburgh 
(1865). 

Arg. a mullet az. pierced of the 
field between three cross crosslets 
fitchde gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
John Adam of Maryburgh (1765). 

Arg. a mullet az. pierced of the 
field between three cross crosslets fitchee 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters for Adam). 
Adam of Blairadam (181 5). 



MULLET 



179 



Mullet — con tinned. 

Az. a mullet between three garbs 
or. Cumming of Logie (1st matric. 
patent 1 73 1 , recorded 1781). 

Az. a mullet between three boars' 
heads couped or within a bordure of 
the last. Gordon of Auchintoul 

(1765). 

Az. a mullet arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure of the 
last. Chalmers of Kildonan. 

Az. a mullet arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters), all within a bordure indented 
or. Chambers (Chalmers ?) of 
Waterside. 

Az. a mullet arg. between three 
boars' heads couped or (1st and 4th 
quarters). GORDON OF GlGHT 

(1775)- 

Az. a mullet between three garbs 

or (1st and 4th quarters). Cumming 
of Logie (2nd matric. 1859). 

Gu. a mullet of seven points wavy 
between three antique crowns or. 
Grant of Auchernack. 

Gu. a mullet between three cinque- 
foils arg., a chief of the second. 
Hamilton of Bangor. 

Gu. a mullet between three cinque- 
foils arg. within a bordure wavy of the 
last. Hamilton of Ladylands. 

Gu. a mullet between three cinque- 
foils arg., on a chief of the second 
another mullet of the first. James 
Hamilton, merchant, Edinburgh. 

Gu. a mullet between three cinque- 
foils arg., on a chief of the second 
a martlet of the first. Thomas 
Hamilton, M.D. 

Gu. a mullet between three cinque- 
foils arg., on a chief of the second 
an annulet of the first. William 
Hamilton, advocate. 

Gu. a mullet between three crescents 
arg. Charles Oliphant, writer, 
Edinburgh. 



Gu. a mullet 
cinquefoils arg., 



or between three 
within a bordure 
engrailed of the last charged with 
four fleurs de lys vert alternately with 
as many crescents az. PROFESSOR 
Alexander Hamilton, M.D. (1785). 
Gu. a mullet arg. between three 



Mullet — ■continued. 

cinquefoils erm., a chief embattled of 
the second. Hamilton of Little 
Ernock (patent 1687, registered 
1786). 

Gu. a mullet between three lions 
rampant arg. Ross OF CROMARTY 
(1878). 

Gu. a mullet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. (1st and 4th grand 
quarters and 1st and 4th quarters of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). Hamil- 
ton of Barncleuth. 

Gu. a mullet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. (1st and 4th quarters), 
in the fess point a martlet arg. for 
difference. John Hamilton of 
Newton, W.S. [impaled with Gart- 
shore\ 

Gu. a mullet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Hamilton of Udstone. 

Gu. a mullet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters), all within a bordure arg. 
William Hamilton of Wishaw 
(1st matric.) 

Gu. a mullet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. within a bordure of 
the last (1st and 4th quarters). 
Stevenson - Hamilton of Braid- 
wood (1867). 

Gu. a mullet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm. (1st and 4th counter- 
quarters of 1st and 4th quarters and 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters). HAMIL- 
TON of Wishaw 1 (1768 ?). 

Gu. a mullet arg. between three 
cinquefoils erm., and on a chief of the 
second a rose of the first (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Hamilton of Rose- 
hall 2 (1759). 

Or, a mullet sa. surmounted of a 
dove arg. Dow of Ardenhall. 

Or, a mullet az. between three 
boars' 3 heads erased gu., langued 
of the second. Urquhart of 
Cromartie. 

1 See note to Hamilton of Rosehall. 

2 Under the provisions of a deed of entail 
this coat ought to form one of the quarterings of 
that of Hamilton of Wishaw in 1768, but it is 
not so entered in the Register. 

3 " Bears' " in Register. 



i So 



MULLET— MULLETS 



Mullet — continued. 

Sa. a mullet arg. Rev. THOMAS 
Troughear (Traquair) (1742). 

Sa. a mullet of six points pierced 
within a bordure arg. charged with 
three cross crosslets fitchee of the 
first. John Clark, M.D. (1824). 

Sa. a mullet arg. (3rd quarter of 
1st grand quarter), the latter within a 
bordure gu. CONSTABLE- Maxwell- 
Stuart of Traquair (1876). 

Sa. a mullet arg. (3rd quarter). 
Earl of Traquair. 

Sa. a mullet arg. (3rd quarter). 
Lady Louisa Stuart (1803). 
Mullets (2) — see also Stars. 

Az. two mullets in chief and a garb 
in base or, a crescent of the last for 
difference. Wauchope OF Edmis- 

TON. 

Az. two mullets in chief and a garb 
in base or. Wauchope of Niddrie. 

Az. two mullets in chief and a garb 
in base or, a crescent for difference. 
Francis Wauchope. ' 

Az. two mullets of six points arg. 
(3rd quarter). Colin MacLartv, 
M.D., Provost of Campbeltown. 

Or, two mullets in chief and a 
crescent in base az. SCOTT OF 

BOONRAW. 

Or, two mullets in chief and a 
crescent in base az. SCOTT OF 
Harden (1700, recorded 1820). 

Or, two mullets in chief and a 
crescent in base az. within an orle 
of the second (1st and 4th quarters). 
Scott of Abbotsford (1st matric. 
1820, 2nd do. 1822). 

Or, two mullets in chief and a cres- 
cent in base within an orle az. (1st and 
4th quarters). Lockhart SCOTT of 
Abbotsford (1848). 

Or, two mullets in chief and a cres- 
cent in base within an orle az. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Mrs. Hope 
Scott of Abbotsford (1853). 

Or, two mullets in chief and a cres- 
cent in base az. (2nd quarter). 
Lord Polwarth (2nd matric. 1836). 
Mullets (3) — see also Stars. 

Arg. three mullets of six points az. 
Innes of that Ilk. 



Mullets (3) — continued. 

Arg. three mullets az. within a bor- 
dure chequy of the second and first. 
Innes of Edengight. 

Arg. three mullets of five points 
within a bordure indented az. Innes 
OF THURSTER. 

Arg. three mullets gu. within an 
orle of six cross crosslets fitchee sa. 
James Somerville, Usher to H.M. 
Exchequer. 

Arg. three mullets gu., on a chief 
of the second as many pallets or. 
Dickson of Sornbeg (originally 
Keith)' '(1694). 

Arg. three mullets in chief az. Innes 
of Balvenie (1st matric. 1753, 2nd 
do. 17S2). 

Arg. three mullets of six points az. 
within a bordure engrailed gu. James 
Innes, merchant, London, eldest son 
of Giffordvale (1803). 

Arg. three mullets gu. DlCKSON 
OF Hartree (1885). 

Arg. three mullets az. within a bor- 
dure of the second (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). James Innes, Chelsea. 

Arg. three mullets sa. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Stothert OF Blaiket 

(1814). 

Arg. three mullets of six points 
(wavy?) az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Innes of Lochalsh (2nd matric. 

1819). 

Arg. three mullets of six points within 
a bordure gu. charged with eight besants 
(1st and 4th quarters). MlTCHELL- 
Innes of Parsons Green (1840). 

Az. three mullets arg., on a chief 
or as many pallets gu. Dickson OF 
BUGHTRIG. 

Az. three mullets arg., on a chief or 
as many pallets gu., a bordure en- 
grailed of the third. Dickson OF 
Westerbinning. 

Az. three mullets arg., in the centre 
a cross of the second surmounted of 
a saltire gu. Murray of Auchter- 

TYRE. 

Az. three mullets arg., a crescent 
or for difference. Murray OF 
STROWAN. 

Az. three mullets in fess between as 



MULLETS 



181 



Mullets (3) — continued. 

many covered cups arg. Shaw OF 
SORNBEG. 

Az. three mullets in fess arg., in base 
as many besants in fess, and in chief 
an acorn of the second. James 
Groset, Lisbon (1737). 

Az. three mullets arg., in the fess 
point a cross of the second surmounted 
of a saltire gu. and in chief a crescent 
or. Murray of Lintrose (1804 ?). 

Az. three mullets arg. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or. 
Mrs. A. M. Murray Menzies of 
Pitlochie (1852). 

Az. three mullets arg. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(1st and 4th quarters). Moray OF 
Abercairney. 

Az. three mullets arg. (1st and 4th 
quarters). MURRAY OF BROUGHTON 
(1st matric. 1720, 2nd do. 1730, 3rd 
do. 1809). 

Az. three mullets arg. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(1st and 8th quarters [for Murray] of 
coat impaled by Macgrcgor). Captain 
Evan John Macgregor Murray 
(1809). 

Az. three mullets in fess arg., in 
base as many besants in fess, and in 
chief an acorn of the second (2nd 
quarter for Grosetf). Muirhead OF 
Brediesholm (2nd matric. 1842). 

Az. three mullets arg. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(2nd and 3rd grand quarters for Mur- 
ray). Marquess of Athole. 

Az. three mullets arg. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(2nd quarter for Murray'). Duke OF 
Athole (1865). 

Az. three mullets arg. within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(3rd quarter of 3rd grand quarter for 
Athole) ; on an escutcheon of pretence 
over Marchioness of Lansdowne 
and Baroness Nairne (1878). 

Erm. three mullets az. Innes OF 
BLAIRTOUN (2nd matric. 1688). 

( iu. three mullets or, a galley sa. 
for difference. SUTHERLAND OF 
KlNSTERY (2nd matric.) 



Mullets (3) — continued. 

Gu. three mullets interlaced or be- 
tween three wolves' heads erased arg. 
Robertson of Bishopmiln. 

Gu. three mullets within a bordure 
or. Sutherland of Forss (1738). 

Gu. three mullets or within a bordure 
ofthelast. John Sutherland(i 742). 

Gu. three mullets in chevron be- 
tween as many lions rampant arg. 
Ross of Balkaill (1773). 

Gu. three mullets or. COPLAND OF 
COLLIESTON (2nd matric. 1773). 

Gu. three mullets or (1st and 4th 
grand quarters for Sutherland). JOHN, 
Earl of Sutherland. 1 

Gu. three mullets or (1st and 4th 
quarters). William Copland of 
COLLIESTON (1st matric. I 731). 

Gu. three mullets or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Sutherland), all within a 
bordure or. GORDON OF GORDON- 
STOUN. 

Gu. three mullets arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Kirkcaldy of hichture). 

KlNNAIRD OF INCHTURE. 

Gu. three mullets or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters) within a bordure or charged 
with eight crescents az. Mr. Robert 
Gordon of . . ., second son of 
Gordonstoun. 

Parted per bend az. and gu., in chief 
three mullets and in base as many 
pheons or. John Johns, Glasgow. 
Mullets (9). 

Az. nine mullets or, 3, 3, 2 and 1, 
within a bordure arg. charged with 
eight crescents of the first. Baillie 
of Balmeddieside. 

Az. nine mullets, 3, 3, 2 and 1, 
within a bordure wavy or. Baillie 
of Inshaugy. 

Az. nine mullets or, 3, 3, 2 and 1. 
Baillie of Lamington (1st matric.) 

Az. nine mullets or, 3, 3, 2 and 1, 
within a bordure counter-nebuly arg. 
and sa. Baillie of Polkemmet 
(1st matric.) 

Az. nine mullets arg., 3, 3, 2 and 

1 By royal warrant subsequent to 1716 the 
Earl added to the above coat — " on a bordure 
of the second a double tressure counter-flowered 
of the first," 



1 82 



MULLETS — OTTER, DEMI- 



Mullets (9) — continued. 

i, within a bordure or charged with 
ten cinquefoils vert. Baillie OF 

ROSEHALL (1747). 

Az. nine mullets arg., 3, 3, 2 and 1, 
within a bordure indented of the 
second charged with eight mullets gu. 
James Baillie (1763). 

Az. nine mullets or, 3, 3, 2 and 
1, within a bordure engrailed arg. 
Baillie of Monckton (1784). 

Az. nine mullets arg., 3, 3, 2 and 1. 
Sir Ewan Baillie, Bart. (18 12). 

Az. nine mullets of six points wavy 
or ) 3) 3) 2 an d 1, within a bordure of the 
last charged with two boars' heads 
erased, one in base and one in chief, 
and as many hands holding daggers 
erect in pale in the flanks, all ppr. 
Baillie of Paignton, co. Devon 

(i855). 

Az. nine mullets or, 3, 3, 2 and 1, 

within a bordure counter-nebuly arg. 

and sa. (1st and 4th quarters). 

Baillie of Polkemmet (2nd matric. 

J 794) 3 r d do. 1810). 

Az. nine mullets or, 3, 3, 2 and 1 
(2nd quarter). Baillie of Laming- 
ton (2nd matric. 1837). 
Mullets (10). 

Az. ten mullets or, 4, 3, 2 and 1. John 
Alston, banker, Glasgow (18 10). 

Az. ten mullets of six points or, 4, 
3, 2 and 1, within a bordure arg. 
Alston of Craighead (1869). 

Az. ten mullets of six points or, 4, 
3, 2 and 1, within a bordure of the 
last charged with three fleurs de lys 
gu. Alston of Stockbriggs (1872). 

Az. ten mullets of six points or, 4, 
3, 2 and 1, within a bordure wavy of 
the last charged with three fleurs de 
lys gu. Charles Henry Alston, 
merchant, Glasgow (1872). 

Az. ten mullets or, 4, 3, 2 and 1, 
within a bordure embattled gu. (1st 
and 6th quarters). Major J. Alston 
Stewart (1830). 

Oak-Slips. 

Or, three oak-slips fructed ppr., a 
chief vair. Aiken OF Dalmoak 
(1892). 



Oak Tree — sec Tree. 
Orle. 

Arg. an orle gu. surmounted in 
chief of three martlets sa., beaked 
of the second. Rutherford of 
Edgerstoun. 

Arg. an orle engrailed gu., in chief 
three martlets sa., beaked of the 
second. Rutherford of Farning- 
ton. 

Arg. an orle gu., in chief three 
martlets sa. and in base a crescent of 
the second. Thomas Rutherfurd, 
M.D. 

Arg. an orle gu., in chief three 
martlets of the second, within a bor- 
dure erm. Andrew Rutherfurd, 
advocate, Edinburgh (187 1). 

Arg. an orle gu., in chief a mascle 
between two martlets sa. Ruther- 
furd of Blackburn, co. Dumfries 
(1880). 

Arg. an orle gu., in chief three 
martlets sa., beaked of the second (4th 
quarter of 1st grand quarter), the 
latter within a bordure gu. Con- 
stable-Maxwell-Stuart of Tra- 
quair (1876). 

Arg. an orle gu., in chief three 
martlets sa. (3rd quarter). Calder- 
wood Durham of Largo (1792). 

Arg. an orle gu., in chief three 
martlets sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Rear-Admiral Sir Philip C. Hen- 
derson Durham, K.C.B. (181 8). 



Are', an orle 



gu- 



in chief three 



martlets sa., beaked of the second 
(4th quarter). Earl of Traquair. 

Arg. an orle gu., in chief three 
martlets sa., beaked of the second 
(4th quarter). Lady Louisa Stuart 
(1863). 

Or, an orle indented upon the inner 
side az. Landel of Coull. 

Or, an orle az. Landale on an 
escutcheon of pretence over LORD 
Dunglass and Earl of Home. 

Or, an orle gu. 1 (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Holburne of Menstrie. 
Otter, Demi- 

Arg. a demi-otter crowned or issu- 
ing forth of a bar wavy sa. (1st and 
1 Erased, and almost illegible in Register. 



OTTER, DEMI PALE 



183 



Otter, Demi — continued. 

4th quarters). URQUHART OF Mel- 
DRUM (1st matric.) 

Arg. a demi-otter issuing out of a 
bar wavy sa. (1st and 4th quarters), 
all within a bordure engrailed sa. 
Meldrum of Crombie. 

Arg. a demi-otter crowned or issuing 
forth of a bar wavy sa. (2nd quarter). 
Urquhart of Byth (1741). 

Arg. a (demi-)otter issuing out of a 
bar wavy sa., crowned or (2nd and 
3rd quarters). SETON OF PlT- 
medden (two matrics.) 

Arg. a demi-otter issuing out of a 
bar wavy (sa.) (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Gordon of Ardmealie (1721). 

Arg. a demi-otter sa. crowned with 
an antique crown or issuing out of a 
fess wavy of the second (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters), the latter with a crescent az. 
for difference, for Seton of Mounic. 
Ogilvy of Cove (1866). 

Arg. a demi-otter sa. crowned with 
an antique crown or issuing out of 
a fess wavy of the second (2nd and 
3rd quarters). SETON OF MoUNlE 
(1869). 

PALE. 

(1) A Pale . . . 

(2) On a Pale . . . 

(3) Parted per Pale. 
(1) A Pale . . . 

Arg. a pale sa. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). • Erskine of Dun. 

Arg. a pale sa. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters), all within a bordure embattled 
az. Captain Patrick Erskine, 
third son of Kirkbuddo. 

Arg. a pale sa. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). Erskine of Balhall (1833). 

Arg. a pale sa. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters of 1st and 4th grand quarters). 
Hon. J. E. Kennedy Erskine 
(1828). 

Arg. a pale gu. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
the latter within a bordure parted 
per pale gu. and arg. charged with 
eight escallops counter-changed. CAR- 
NEGIE OF KlNFAUNS, 



Pale — eon tin ued. 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd quarter for 
Erskine). Earl of Kellie (1866). 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 2nd grand quarter for Erskine). 
Lord Cardross. 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Charles, Earl of Mar. 
Alexander, Earl of Kellie. 

Arg. a pale gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters as a coat of augmentation). 
Earl of Northesk. 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters), all within a bordure quarterly 
or and vert. Erskine of Alva. 

Arg. a pale gu. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters), all within a bordure parted per 
pale gu. and arg. charged with eight 
escallops counter-changed. CARNEGIE 
OF Finhaven (1773). 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Earl of Mar (1866). 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
all within a bordure or. William 
Erskine, second son of David, Lord 
Cardross. 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
all within a bordure triparted at the 
dexter and sinister chief angles and 
the middle base point or, arg. and gu. 
Charles Erskine, fourth son of 
David, Lord Cardross. 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
all within a bordure parted per pale 
or and arg. John Erskine, third 
son of David, Lord Cardross (1677). 

Arg. a pale within a bordure sa. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters). Cunningham of 
Balgownie (i 77 1 ). 

Arg. a pale sa. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters), 
all within a bordure engrailed parted 
per pale or and arg. Erskine of 

LlNLATHEN (1870). 

Arg. a pale sa. (ist and 4th quar- 
ters of 2nd and 3rd quarters of 3rd 
grand quarter). Mackenzie of Kil- 
COY (2nd matric. 1837). 

Arg. a pale sa. (1st and 4th counter- 



1S4 



PALE 



Pale — con tin i/ed. 

quarters of 2nd and 3rd quarters of 
3rd grand quarter for Erskine^ Earl 
ofBuchan). Burton-Mackenzie of 
Kilcov, co. Ross (3rd matric. 1887). 
Erm. a pale vert, on a dexter canton 
arg. a lion rampant gu. (2nd quarter 
for Dcas). Deas Thomson of Nor- 
ton (18 10). 

(2) On a Pale . . . 

Arg. on a pale sa. a cross crosslet 
fitchde or within a bordure az. Ers- 

KINE OF SHEEFIELD. 

Arg. on a pale sa. a cross crosslet 
fitchde or surmounted of a lion pas- 
sant guardant gu., crowned with an 
imperial crown ppr. OGILVIE OF 
Hartwoodmyres (1778). 

Arg. on a pale sa. between two 
keys addossee az. and in chief two 
mascles gu. a sword ppr. and in base 
a mascle or. James Beattie, LL.D. 
(1782). 

Arg. on a pale sa. three cross cross- 
lets fitchee in pale or, within a bordure 
az. charged with nine mullets of the 
third. Erskine of Torry (1 791). 

Arg. on a pale sa. three fleurs de 
lys in pale or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Knight - Erskine of Pittodrie 
(2nd matric. 1868). 

Arg. (on) a pale sa. a lion's head 
erased gu. in chief (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). ERSKINE OF Tinwall 

('737)- 

Arg. on a pale sa. three fleurs de 
lys in pale or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Knight-Erskine of Pittodrie (1st 
matric. 1787). 

Arg. on a pale sa. an imperial 
crown ppr. within a double tressure 
flory counter - flory gu. (4th quarter 
of 3rd grand quarter), the latter within 
a bordure erm. Stewart of Grand- 
TULLY (2nd matric. 1839). 

Arg. on a pale sa. an imperial 
crown ppr. within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory gu. (4th quarter), 
in the centre of the shield a boar's 
head couped or. Col. Jabez Mac- 
kenzie (1806). 

Arg. on a pale sa. an imperial 
crown ppr. within a double tressure 



Pale — conti7nted. 

flory counter-flory gu. (4th quarter). 
Miss Hay Mackenzie of Crom- 
artie (1849). 

Az. on a pale or between two 
mullets in chief and as many crescents 
in base arg. a lion rampant gu. John 
Lightbody, Glasgow. 

Az. on a pale engrailed or between 
two mullets in chief of the second and 
as many crescents in base arg. a lion 
rampant gu. William Lightbody, 
merchant, Liverpool (1767). 

Az. on a pale engrailed between 
two mullets in chief or and as many 
crescents in base arg. a lion rampant 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Light- 
body). Robert Hyde Greg of 
Norcliffe Hall, co. Chester (1875). 

Or, on a pale az. between two sprigs 
of maple of three leaves, each slipped 
gu., two fleurs de lys of the first. 
George Stephen, Montreal (1st 
matric. 1886) [afterwards Lord 
Mount-Stephen]. 

Or, a pale gu. charged with a 
mullet arg., on a chief sa. three escal- 
lops of the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Graham of Gartmore (1st matric. 
1673, 2rj d do. 1772). 

Vert, on a pale between two cinque- 
foils arg. a fir tree eradicated ppr. 
Joseph William Melles (1885). 
(3) Parted per Pale. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a chev- 
ron between two mullets in chief and 
a crescent in base counter -changed. 
Alexander of Auchmull. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a 
chevron between a writing-pen fess- 
ways in chief and a crescent in base, 
all counter-changed. Alexander of 
Boghall. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a 
chevron and in base a crescent, all 
counter-changed, a mullet for differ- 
ence. Alexander of Knockhill. 

Parted per pale engrailed arg. and 
sa. a chevron and in base a crescent, 
all counter-changed. Alexander of 

PlTSKELLIE. 

Parted per pale indented sa. and 
arg. a fess wavy counter -changed. 



TALE 



iS5 



Pale — co?itin ned. 

John Bazilie, portioner of Corstor- 
phine, one of H.M. Heralds. 

Parted per pale (ist) gu. a boar 
passant or within a bordure arg. ; (2nd) 
or, a bendlet between a stag's head 
erased in chief and a hunting-horn in 
base sa., garnished gu. [for Poi-tcr- 
field\. Baird of Frankfield. 

Parted per pale az. and sa. a chevron 
engrailed arg. between three crescents 
or. Craigie of Dumbarnie (ist 
matric.) 

Parted per pale az. and sa. a chevron 
arg. between three crescents or. 
Craigie of Kilgraston (ist matric. 
. . ., 2nd do. 1802). 

Parted per pale az. and arg. three 
cinquefoils counter-changed. Henry 
Fraser, herald painter. 

Parted per pale indented sa. and arg. 
two attires of a hart transposed {sic) 
pale-ways and counter-changed, on a 
chief gu. a crescent or between as 
many ermine spots. HENDERSON OF 
St. Laurence. 

Parted per pale engrailed arg. and 
sa. a chief indented counter-changed. 
JAMES Laing, portioner of Morisland. 

Parted per pale or and az. on the 
dexter side a mountain of the second 
inflamed, on the sinister a deer's head 
cabossed of the first ; over all a pale 
sa. charged with an imperial crown 
ppr. Mackenzie of Tarbat. 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a 
bordure charged with eight escallops, 
all counter-changed. Maule, Earl 
OF Panmure. (ist and 4th quarters) 
Lord Panmure ( i 83 i). 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a 
bordure charged with eight escallops, 
all counter-changed, a crescent in the 
fess point for difference. Maule OF 
Ballumbie. 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a 
bordure charged with eight escallops, 
all counter-changed, a mullet in the 
fess point for difference. MAULE OF 
Kelly. 

Parted per pale nebuly arg. and gu. 
within a bordure charged with eight 
escallops counter - changed of the 



Pale — contin tied: 

second and first. CAPTAIN JOHN 
Maule. 

Parted per pale wavy arg. and gu. 
within a bordure charged with eight 
escallops counter - changed of the 
second and first. Dr. Thomas 
Maule. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. on a 
chaplet four mullets, all counter- 
changed. Nairne of Sandford. 

Parted per pale sa. and arg. on a 
chaplet four quatrefoils, all counter- 
changed, a martlet for difference. 
Nairne of Segden. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. on a 
chaplet four quatrefoils, all counter- 
changed. Nairne of Strathuird. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. on a 
chaplet four mullets counter-changed, 
a crescent in the fess point counter- 
changed for difference. John NAIRNE, 
son of Langside. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. On a 
chaplet four mullets counter-changed, 
a crescent in the fess point surmounted 
of another, both counter - changed. 
Thomas Nairne, second son of 
Langside. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. on a 
chaplet four mullets, all counter- 
changed, a mullet for difference. 
David Nairne. Alexander 

Nairne. 1 

Parted per pale sa. and arg. on a 
chaplet four cinquefoils, all counter- 
changed. Thomas Nairne. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. an 
orle engrailed on both sides charged 
with four quatrefoils within a bordure, 
all counter - changed. NORIE OF 
NORISTON. 

Parted per pale gu. and az. on a 
mount in base vert a stag trippant arg., 
attired or. John Strachan, Bailie 
of Leven. 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a stag's 
head cabossed and attired with ten 
tynes counter-changed, on a chief 
wavy az. a cross crosslet fitchee or 
between two spur-revels of the first. 
Thomson of Cocklow. 

1 Both given as " third brother of Sandford." 



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PALE 



Pale — continued. 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a stag's 
head cabossed and attired with ten 
tynes counter-changed, on a chief az. 
a cross crosslet fitchee or between a 
spur-revel and a crescent of the first. 
Thomson of Fauchfield. 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a stag's 
head cabossed and attired with ten 
tynes counter-changed, on a chief az. 
a cross crosslet fitchee or between two 
spur-revels of the first. Thomson of 
Mains. 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. on a 
chaplet four mullets pierced. Nairne 

OF KlRKHILL (1673). 

Parted per pale arg. and or three 
crescents gu., a chief of the second. 
William Menzies, Edinburgh (1695). 

Parted per pale sa. and az. on a 
chevron erm. between three crescents 
or a cross moline of the first. Craigie 
of Glendoick (1771). 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a saltire 
with a crescent in base, both counter- 
changed of the field. Benjamin 
MacSween of Grenada (1773). 

Parted per pale sa. and arg. a 
chevron and a chief, the last charged 
with three cushions, all counter- 
changed. Alexander of Haugh- 
ton (i774)- 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a 
chevron, in base a crescent and in 
chief a writing-pen counter-changed, 
within a bordure parted per pale gu. 
and or. Boyd Alexander (1784). 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a 
chevron, in base a crescent and in 
chief a fleur de lys counter-changed, 
within a bordure parted per pale gu. 
and or. Alexander of Balloch- 
myle (1788). 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a stag's 
head cabossed within a bordure en- 
grailed, all counter-changed, on a chief 
az. a cross crosslet fitchee or between 
two spur-revels of the first. Thom- 
son of Westerbogie (181 i). 

Parted per pale az. and gu. a uni- 
corn or, on a chief invected erm. three 
gillyflowers ppr., over the centre flower 
a sword in bend dexter ppr. surmounted 



Pale — continued. 

saltire-ways of a key of the third. Sir 
Charles Flower, Bart. (18 17). 

Parted per pale sa. and az. on a 
chevron erm. between three crescents 
or a cross moline of the first within a 
bordure or. Craigie OF Dumbarnie 
(3rd matric. 1824). 

Parted per pale indented or and sa. 
three roundles in fess counter-changed. 
Henderson of EildonHall(i825). 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a 
chevron counter-changed between a 
cross crosslet fitchee gu. and a galley, 
sail furled, or in chief, and in base 
a crescent counter-changed of the 
field. John Alexander, merchant, 
Glasgow (1861). 

Parted per pale gu. and az. a chev- 
ron between three fleurs de lys or, on 
a canton arg. a bend sa. Dennis- 
toun Brown of Balloch Castle 
(1864). 

Parted per pale indented gu. and 
or a boar passant counter-changed. 
Baird of Stichell (1865). 

Parted per pale gu. and arg. a fleur 
de lys counter-changed in chief and a 
boar's head couped in base or. 
George Tinline, Adelaide, South 
Australia (1865). 

Parted per pale, the dexter side 
parted per fess arg. and or, in chief a 
merchant ship with three masts at 
anchor in a harbour ppr., in base an 
anchor gu., the sinister side quarterly 
1st and 4th or, on a bend az. a mullet 
between two crescents of the field, 2nd 
gyronny of eight or and sa., 3rd arg. 
a galley, oars in action, sa., flagged gu. 
Duke of Buccleuch as proprietor 
of Port and Harbour of Granton 
(1866). 

Parted per pale invected gu. and 
or a boar passant counter- changed. 
James Baird of Auchmedden 
(1867). 

Parted per pale gu. and or a boar 
passant counter-changed. Baird of 
Elie (1867). 

Parted per pale engrailed gu. and 
or a boar passant counter-changed. 
Baird of Ury (1867). 



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187 



Pale — continued. 

Parted per pale wavy gu. and or a 
boar passant counter-changed. The 
Misses Jane -Isabella and Char- 
lotte - Marion Baird of Close- 
burn (1867). 

Parted per pale or and az. on a 
chief indented three garbs, all counter- 
changed. Wakefield of Eastwood 
Park, Renfrewshire (1870). 

Parted per pale arg. and or, on a 
chevron between three mullets gu. a 
holly leaf of the second. JAMES 
Wilson, merchant, Glasgow (1871). 

Parted per pale arg. and or an oak 
tree ppr. growing out of a mount in 
base vert surmounted of two bars sa. 
Watson of Nielsland (1871). 

Parted per pale sa. and gu. a chev- 
ron between three owls or. David 
Gemmill Howat, manufacturer, Glas- 
gow (1872). 

Parted per pale arg. and or, on a 
bend az. between two crosses flory gu. 
three buckles of the second. William 
Leslie of Nethermuir, architect, 
Lord Provost of Aberdeen (1872). 

Parted per pale invected az. and 
arg. a fess between four mascles, all 
counter-changed. Alexander Nicol, 
shipowner, Aberdeen (1872). 

Parted per pale arg. and or, on a 
fess az. three mullets of the first. 
William Weir, Kilmarnock (1872). 

Parted per pale sa. and gu. a cup 
argent, and issuing therefrom a gar- 
land between two branches of laurel 
ppr. Archibald Campbell Lawrie 
of The Moss, co. Stirling, advocate 

(1873)- 

Parted per pale az. and gu. a lion 
rampant arg. holding in his dexter 
fore-paw a fleur de lys or. David 
Wallace, ironmaster (1874). 

Parted per pale sa. and gu. a chev- 
ron between two crescents in chief 
and a stag's head erased in base arg. 
Sir Theodore Martin of Brynty- 
silio (1880). 

Parted per pale or and gu., on a 
chief two martlets, all counter-changed. 
Major John Forbes Meiklejohn, 
R.A. (1 88 1). 



Pale— continued. 

Parted per pale sa. and gu. two 
water-bougets in chief and a boar's 
head couped in base arg. WILLIAM 
ROSS, Nafferton, co. York (1882). 

Parted per pale or and az., on a 
bend a mullet between two crescents 
counter-changed, in sinister chief a 
horse-shoe of the first. SCOTT OF 
MOLLANCE (1882). 

Parted per pale arg. and or a saltire 
gu., on a chief engrailed of the third 
three mullets of the first. Jardine 
of Castlemilk (1885). 

Parted per pale engrailed gu. and 
or a boar passant, in chief a crescent, 
all counter - changed. BAIRD OF 
Knoydart (1886). 

Parted per pale or and arg. two 
chevronels az., in base a galley, oars 
in action, sa., flags flying gu. Henry 
Norman MacLaurin, Sydney, 
N.S.W. (1886). 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a 
saltire counter-changed, on a chief gu. 
three cushions or. THOMAS BRUMBY 
Johnston, Edinburgh (1887). 

Parted per pale arg. and vert, three 
bars counter-changed. HUGH Bal- 
lingall, Ardarroch, Dundee (1888). 

Parted per pale az. and arg. a lion 
rampant counter-changed, on a chief 
or a galley, oars in action, sa., flagged 
gu. Henry Lamont of Gree- 
law, co. Ayr (1888). 

Parted per pale gu. and erm. three 
bars counter - changed. HERBERT 
James Gifford, C.E. (1889). 

Parted per pale or and az., an orle 
indented on the inner side, in chief a 
mullet, all counter-changed. David 
Guild Landale, merchant, London 

(1889). 

Parted per pale indented az.and or, a 
stag's head cabossed counter-changed. 
Mackenzie of Glenmuick (1890). 

Parted per pale or and az., on a 
bend between two stags' heads erased 
a mullet of six points between two 
crescents, all counter-changed. Scott 
of Linburn, co. Midlothian ( 1 890). 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a 
chevron between two boars' heads 



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PALE— PALLETS 



Pale — continued. 

erased in chief and a bee volant 
en arriere in base, all counter-changed. 
Alexander Abercromby, M.D., 
Cape Town (1891). 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. a 
stag's head cabossed between three 
mascles, all counter-changed. Mit- 
chell Thomson, Edinburgh (1891). 

Parted per pale sa. and arg., on 
a chaplet four quatrefoils counter- 
changed (1st quarter for Nairne) ; on 
an escutcheon of pretence over 
Marchioness of Lansdowne and 
Baroness Nairne (1878). 

Parted per pale dancetty or and 
sa., on a chief arg. a crescent 
az. between two ermine spots (1st 
quarter). Hon. Hew A. D. H. Hal- 

DANE-DUNCAN MERCER-HENDERSON 

(1882). 

Parted per pale arg. and sa. a chev- 
ron brise ("or split in ye top") and 
in base a crescent counter-changed 
(1st and 4th quarters). ALEXANDER 

OF KlNGLASSIE. 

Parted per pale or and gu. within a 
bordure charged with eight escallops 
counter-changed of the same ( 1 st and 
4th quarters for Manic), all within 
a bordure az. Maule OF Inver- 
KEILLOUR (1744). 

Parted per pale gu. and sa. a 
banner displayed bend-ways arg., 
thereon a canton az. charged with a 
saltire of the third (1st and 4th 
quarters). Campbell - Bannerman 
of Hunton Court, Kent (1872). 

Parted per pale arg. and or an 
eagle displayed sa. (2nd quarter). 
Ramsay-Fairfax of Maxton, co. 
Roxburgh (1877). 

Parted per pale arg. and gu. within 
a bordure charged with eight escallops, 
all counter-changed (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Earl of Dalhousie (2nd 
matric. 1841, 3rd do. 1861). 

Parted per pale sa. and arg., on a 
chaplet four quatrefoils, all counter- 
changed, in the dexter chief point a 
martlet arg. for difference (2nd and 
3rd quarters), in the centre of the 
shield a bull's head gu. Hay of 



Pale — continued. 

Seggieden (1st matric. 1806, 2nd 
do. 1809). 

Parted per pale or and arg., on a 
bend az. three mullets of the first 
within a bordure gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). TOWERS - CLARK OF 
Wester Moffat (1867). 

Parted per pale gu. and or a wild 
boar passant counter - changed (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Baird-Hay OF 
Belton (2nd matric. 1874). 

Parted per pale arg. and sa., on a 
chaplet four mullets counter-changed 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Nairne). 
Berry of Tayfield (1870). 

Parted per pale or and arg. a lion 
rampant sa., in chief three mullets az. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). MACMILLAN 
Scott of Wauchope, co. Roxburgh 
(1876). 

Parted per pale indented sa. and 
arg., on a chief gu. a crescent 
or between two ermine spots (3rd 
quarter for Henderson of Fordell). 
Sir William Lockhart, Lord 
Advocate. 
Pallets (2). 

Gu. two pallets vair, a chief or 
(3rd quarter of 2nd grand quarter). 

RlDDELL OF ARDNAMURCHAN (2nd 
matric. 1829). 
Pallets (3). 

Arg. three pallets sa. ARMSTRONG 
of Whittoch. 

Arg. three pallets gu., in a dexter 
canton az. a spur, the revel down- 
wards, or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Knight Erskine of Pittodrie (1st 
matric. 1787). 

Arg. three pallets wavy gu. (2nd 
quarter for De Va/oniis), all within a 
bordure az. Maule of Inverkeil- 
lour (1 744)- 

Arg. three pallets wavy gu. (2nd 
quarter for De Valoniis). Lord 
Panmure (1831). 

Arg. three pallets gu. surmounted 
of a saltire counter- changed and 
charged with a heart ppr., on a chief 
engrailed az. a crescent between two 
mullets of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Francis Walker Drum- 



PALLETS— PALY 



1 89 



Pallets (3) — continued. 

\10\n OF Hawthornden (1st matric. 
1828, 2nd do. 1829). 

Arg. three pallets gu., in a canton az. 
a spur, revel downward, or (3rd quar- 
ter for Knight). KNIGHT ERSKINE 
OF Pittodrie (2nd matric. 1868). 

Or, three pallets gu., over all on a 
chevron engrailed az. as many buckles 
of the first. Skirving OF that 
Ilk. 

Or, three pallets gu., a chief vairy. 
Belsches of Tofts (1674). 

Or, three pallets gu. surmounted 
of a saltire arg., on a chief az. a 
garb between two mullets of the field. 
Walker of St. Fort (1759). 

Or, three pallets gu. surmounted 
of a saltire erm., on a chief az. a lion 
rampant arg. between two buckles of 
the field. Walker of Blairtoun 

(1845). 

Or, three pallets gu. surmounted 

of a saltire arg. charged with a stag's 

head erased ppr., on a chief az. a 

garb between two mullets of six points 

of the first. Sir Andrew Barclay 

Walker of Gateacre Grange, 

co. Lancaster (1886). 

Or, three pallets gu., a chief vair 
(2nd quarter). Hepburn Belsches 
OF INVERMAY, and his wife DAME 
Mary Hepburn Murray of Black- 
castle (1804). 

Or, three pallets gu. surmounted 
of a saltire wavy arg., on a chief az. a 
demi-lion holding between his paws a 
fleur de lys of the third between two 
anchors of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Walker Morison of 
Fawfield (1854). 

Or, three pallets gu., a chief vair 
(2nd quarter of 3rd grand quarter). 
Forbes of Pitsligo (2nd matric. 
1865). 

Sa. three pallets or, each charged 
with a torteau, on a chief arg. a 
heart ppr. Rev. Ebenezer Stott, 
minister of Monigaff (1 788). 
Paly. 

Paly of six or and gu., a chief vairy 
az. and of the first. BELSCHES OF 
that Ilk. 



Paly — continued. 

Paly of six arg. and sa., on a fess of 
the first three mullets of the second, a 
crescent for difference. Jaffray OF 

OlLSPRO. 

Paly of six arg. and sa., on a fess of 
the first three mullets of the second. 
Jaffray of Kingswells. 

Paly of six arg. and sa., on a fess 
of the first three mullets of the second, 
a mullet for difference. Thomas 
Jaffray, writer, Edinburgh. 

Paly of six arg. and gu., on a bend 
az. three cushions or within a bordure 
indented of the third. Lundin OF 

AUCHTERMARNIE. 

Paly of six arg. and gu., on a bend 
az. three cushions of the first dif- 
ferenced in chief with a rose of the 
second. Mr. Robert Lundin. 

Paly of six arg. and az., over all 
a lion rampant sa. powdered with 
tears ppr. Mortimer of Auchin- 
badie. 

Paly of six arg. and gu. LORD 
Ruthven. 

Paly of six arg. and gu., the third 
division charged in chief with a 
shamrock slipped vert. Edward 
Southwell Trotter Ruthven 
(1801). 

Paly of six arg. and gu., the third 
division charged with a shamrock 
slipped vert. Edward Southwell 
Ruthven, formerly Trotter (1805). 

Paly of six or and gu. a saltire sa., 
on a chief az. a garb between two 
mullets of the first. Walker of 
Crawfordton (1866). 

Paly of six or and gu. a saltire sa., 
on a chief engrailed az. a garb be- 
tween two mullets of the first. John 
Walker, W.S. (1866). 

Paly of six arg. and az., on a fess 
erm. an annulet between two mullets 
sa. David Jeffrey, Edinburgh 
(1869). 

Paly of six erm. and or, a lion 
rampant gu. Macduff of Bon- 
hard, co. Perth (1884). 

Paly of six arg. and az., on a fess 
erm. three mullets sa. Thomas 
Jeffrey, Edinburgh (1886). 



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PALY— PELICANS 



Paly — continued. 

Paly of six or and sa. (ist and 4th 
quarters of ist grand quarter). Duke 
of Athole (1865). 

Paly of six or and gu., a chief vair 
(ist and 4th quarters). Belsches 
Wish art (1778). 

Paly of six arg. and gu., the third 
division charged with a thistle slipped 
vert (ist and 4th quarters). Captain 
John Ruthven, formerly Trotter 
(1809). 

Paly of six sa. and or (ist and 
4th quarters of ist and 4th grand 
quarters for Athole). MARQUESS OF 
Athole. 

Paly of six arg. and gu., on a bend 
az. three cushions of the first (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
az. Lundin OF Baldester (1698). 

Paly of six or and sa. (3rd quarter 
[for Athole~\ of coat impaled by Mac- 
gregor). Captain Evan John 
Macgregor Murray (1809). 

Paly of six or and sa. (ist and 4th 
quarters of 3rd grand quarter for 
Athole) ; on an escutcheon of pretence 
over Marchioness of Lansdowne 
and Baroness Nairne (1878). 
Papingo— see Popinjay. 
Parrots (3). 

Arg. three parrots ppr. within a 
bordure engrailed gu. Fairfoul OF 
Wester- Lathalland. 
Passion-Nails — see Piles. 
Paw, Lion's (Gamb). 

Or, a lion's paw erased and erected 
between three roses gu., on a chief 
sa. as many escallops of the first. 
Graham of Brachnes. 
Pelican. 

Arg. a pelican vulning herself and 
feeding her young in a nest gu., on a 
chief of the last three mullets of the 
first. Allan of Glen (18 13). 

Gu. a pelican vulning herself ppr. 
between three wolves' heads arg., 
within a bordure of the last charged 
with eight torteaux. Hugh Robert- 
son, Glasgow (1831). 

Gu. a pelican feeding her young 
arg. vulned ppr. (4th quarter). Home 
of Renton. 



Pelican — -continued. 

Or, in a nest vert a pelican vulned 
and feeding her young ppr. Reid- 
heugh of Cultibragan. 
Pelicans (3). 

Arg. in three nests vert as many 
pelicans feeding their young or. 
Paterson of Dunmore. 

Arg. in three nests vert as many 
pelicans feeding their young or, a 
crescent for difference. Captain 
Robert Paterson, second brother 
of Dunmore. 

Arg. in nests vert three pelicans 
feeding their young or, on a chief az. 
as many mullets of the first. John 
Paterson, Bishop of Ross [impaled 
by arms of See]. 

Arg. in nests vert three pelicans 
feeding their young or, on a chief az. 
as many mullets of the first. John 
Paterson, Bishop of Galloway [im- 
paled by arms of See]. 

Arg. three pelicans vulned gu., on 
a chief embattled az. as many mullets 
of the field. PATERSON OF Ban- 
NOCKBURN. 

Arg. in nests vert three pelicans 
feeding their young or, on a chief az. 
a mitre of the third between two 
mullets of the first. Paterson of 
Seafield. 

Arg. in nests vert three pelicans 
feeding their young or, in the fess 
point a mitre az., on a chief of the 
fourth as many mullets of the first. 
Robert Paterson, fourth son of 
John, Bishop of Ross. 

Arg. three pelicans vulning them- 
selves gu. within a bordure wavy vert. 
Joseph Ormiston, merchant, London 

(1693). 

Arg. three pelicans feeding their 
young in nests ppr., on a chief em- 
battled az. a besant between two 
mullets of the field. George Pater- 
son, London (1776). 

Arg. three pelicans ppr. vulning 
themselves gu., on a chief embattled 
az. a boar's head erased or between 
two mullets of the first. John 
Paterson, formerly Hart, London 
(1812). 



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191 



Pelicans (3) — continued. 

Arg. three pelicans feeding their 
young ppr. in nests vert (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Paterson Wallace 

OF MORNINGSIDE (1824). 

Arg. three pelicans feeding their 
young ppr. in nests vert, on a chief 
gu. three crescents of the first (3rd 
quarter for Paterson of Carpow). 
Paterson-Balfour-Hay of Leys 
and Carpow (1872). 
Pellet. 

Arg. a pellet between three hunting- 
horns sa. Alexander Forrester. 
Pen. 

Arg. a pen pale-ways surmounted of 
an imperial crown ppr. between two 
cocks in chief gu. and a lion's head 
erased in base of the last (1st and 
4th quarters). COCKBURN OF Row- 

CHESTER (1779). 

Pens (3). 

Az. three writing- pens pale -ways, 
full feathered, arg. Gilmour of 
Craigmillar (1st matric.) 

Az. three writing-pens pale -ways 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters of 1st and 
4th grand quarters). Gordon-Gil- 
mour of Craigmillar (4th matric. 
1887). 
Pheon. 

Arg. a pheon between three boars' 
heads erased az., langued gu., armed 
or. William Hogg, Edinburgh 
(1761). 

Arg. a pheon az. between three 
lions' heads erased gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Scott MONCRIEFF of 
Coats and Rynd (1771). 

Az. a pheon between three boars' 
heads erased or. Gordon of Knock- 
aspack. 

Az. a pheon between three boars' 
heads erased or. Gordon of Cairn- 
field. 

Az. a pheon arg., on a chief of the 
second two spur-revels gu. within a 
bordure erm. Hardy Bertram 
M'Call (1889). 
Pile. 

Arg. a pile engrailed az. semee of 
roses of the field. James RUSSELL, 
barrister at law (1839). 



Pile — continued. 

Arg. on a pile az. a horse's head 
couped of the first, in base two saltires 
couped of the second. Francis 
Roxburgh, Q.C. (1874). 
Piles (3) (Passion-Nails). 

Arg. three piles sa. Anstruther 
of that Ilk. 

Arg. three piles sa. within a bor- 
dure gu. Anstruther of Airdine. 

Arg. three piles gu., on a chief az. 
as many mullets of the first, within a 
bordure purflewed vairy. Douglas 
of Earnslaw. 

Arg. three piles meeting in the 
base gu. GEORGE Wishart, Bishop 
of Edinburgh [impaled by arms of 
See]. 

Arg. three piles conjoined in point 
gu. and distilling drops of blood. 
WlSEHEART OF LOGIE WlSEHEART 
AND THAT ILK. 

Arg. three piles gu., over all a 
broken pick fess-ways of the first. 
Captain Wishart. 

Arg. three piles sa., on a chief of 
the second as many annulets or. 
Young of Aldbar. 

Arg. on three piles sa. as many 
annulets or, within the middlemost a 
mullet of six points of the first. 
Young of Eastfield. 

Arg. on three piles sa. as many 
annulets or. YOUNG OF Lenie. 

Arg. on three piles sa. as many 
annulets or, within the middlemost a 
quatrefoil of the first. Young OF 

LlNDBANK. 

Arg. three piles indented sa., on a 
chief of the second as many annulets 
or. Thomas Young, merchant, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. three piles sa., on a chief of 
the second as many annulets or, and 
on the middle pile a bear's head 
couped of the first and muzzled gu. 
for Forbes of Craigievar. John 
YOUNG, Sheriff Clerk of Kincardine 
(1732). 

Arg. three piles conjoined in point 
gu. William Thomas Wishart, 
representative of Wishart of Pittarrow 
(1769). 



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PILES 



a bordure erm. 
cross crosslets 
Rev. Henry 



three piles issuing from 
sa., on a chief wavy az. 



the 



Piles (3) — continued. 

Arg. three piles issuing from the 
base az., in chief an eagle's head 
erased ppr. between two fleurs de lys 
sa. Struthers of Calderbank 
(1808). 

Arg. on three piles issuing from the 
chief sa. as many hunting-horns or 
and in base four bars wavy gu. and 
vert, all within a bordure of the fourth 
charged with three stars of seven 
rays wavy of the first. Lieut.-Col. 
Caldwell, H.E.I.C.S. (1838). 

Arg. three piles issuing from a 
chief gu., on the latter two mullets 
of the first, within 
charged with three 
fitchee sa. The 
Douglas (1852). 
_ Arg. 

sinister sa., on a cmet wavy az. an 
anchor between two crescents of the 
first. Thomas Henderson, merchant, 
Glasgow (1872). 

Arg. three piles in point sa., each 
charged with an annulet of the first, 
on a chief gu. a crescent between two 
mullets also of the first. YOUNGER OF 
AUCHENCASTLE (1st matric. 1880). 

Arg. three piles sa., on a chief az. a 
cushion between two annulets or. 
William Young of Stanhill 
Court, co. Surrey (1882). 

Arg. three piles conjoined in point 
sa., on a chief gu. a rose of the field 
leaved ppr. between two annulets or 
(1st and 4th quarters). MARGARET 
Caroline Youngson. 

Arg. three piles engrailed gu. 
(2nd quarter). HOME OF Kimmer- 

GHAME. 

Arg. three piles gu., on a chief of 
the second two mullets of the first 
(2nd quarter). Robert Douglas, 
son of Tillequhallie (Tilwhilly). 

Arg. three piles conjoined in base 
gu. (2nd quarter). BELSCHES WlSH- 
art (1778). 

Arg. three piles issuing from a chief 
gu., the last charged with two mullets 
of the first (2nd quarter). DOUGLAS 
of Tilwhilly (1800). 

Arg. three piles gu. and in chief 



Piles (3) — continued. 

two mullets of the field (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Douglas of Lochleven). 
Earl of Morton. 

Arg. three piles gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed az. Abernethy of Auchin- 

CLOICH. 

Arg. three piles gu., on a chief of 
the second two mullets of the field 
(2nd and 3rd quarters), all within a 
bordure counter-compony or and sa. 
Douglas of Inchmarlo. 

Arg. three piles issuing from a 
chief gu., on the last two mullets of 
the first (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure az. charged with 
eight buckles or. Douglas of Kirk- 
ness (1737). 

Arg. three piles conjoined in point 
sa., in the middle chief point a martlet 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters) ; over all in 
the centre of the four quarters a spur- 
revel of six points gu. John Laing 
Wier (sic) (1801). 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters for 
Wishart) ; over the latter a bend sa. 
charged with three buckles of the first. 
Earl of Forfar. 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters) ; over 
the latter on an escutcheon of pretence 
Douglas. Lord Dunglass (1878) ; 
same arms, Earl of Home (1881). 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter of 
2nd and 3rd grand quarters); over the 
latter on an escutcheon of pretence 
Douglas. Hope of Luffness (i 886). 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter 
for Wishart). James, Marquess of 
Douglas. 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter 
for VVisltart). Lord Saltoun. 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter) ; 
over all on an escutcheon Douglas. 
Douglas of Bridgeford. 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter) ; 
over all on an escutcheon or a lion 
rampant gu. surmounted of a ribbon 
sa. Fraser of Fraserfield (1st 
matric. 1725). 

Arg. three piles gu. (3rd quarter for 



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193 



Piles (3) — continued. 

Wishart) ; over all on an escutcheon 
Douglas. Douglas of that Ilk 

(I770- 

Arg. three piles in point gu. (3rd 

quarter). Baillie OF LAMINGTON 
(2nd matric. 1837). 

Arg. three piles in point gu. (3rd 
quarter of 3rd grand quarter). FORBES 
OF Pitsligo (2nd matric. 1865). 

Az. three piles or, in base a tower 
triple-towered arg., masoned sa., doors 
and windows gu., on a chief erm. a 
crescent of the first between two spur- 
revels of six points of the third. 
William Henderson, Aberdeen 
(1892). 

Erm. three piles, two in chief and 
one in base, gu., each charged with a 
crescent arg., on a chief of the second 
three estoiles of the third (1st and 
4th quarters). Cleland-Henderson 
of Roke Manor, co. Hants (1st 
matric. 1882). 

Erm. three piles, two in chief and 
one in base, gu., each charged with a 
crescent arg., on a chief of the second 
three estoiles of the third (2nd and 
3rd quarters). CLELAND-HENDERSON 
of Roke Manor, co. Hants (2nd 
matric. 1886). 

Gu. three piles in point arg., on a 
chief or a torteau between three cross 
crosslets fitchee of the first. ORR OF 
Barrowfield (1731). 

Gu. three piles conjoined in point 
arg. within a bordure of the second, 
on a chief or a torteau between two 
cross crosslets az. Orr of Water- 
side (1768). 

Gu. three piles in point arg. within 
a bordure engrailed erminois, on a 
chief or three hurts. Orr OF RAL- 
STON (1802). 

Gu. three piles erm., on a chief or 
three cinquefoils of the first. Orr OF 
Harviestoun (1863). 

Gu. three piles issuing from the 
sinister or, a chief engrailed erm. 
Robert Henderson, Randalls Park, 
co. Surrey (1865). 

Gu. three piles engrailed arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters) ; over all on an 



Piles (3) — continued. 

escutcheon vert a lion rampant arg., 
on a chief of the last three popin- 
jays of the first. Home of Pol- 

WARTH. 

Gu. three piles engrailed arg. (3rd 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
over the latter on an escutcheon az. 
an orange with the stalk erect, slipped 
and imperially crowned ppr. LORD 
Polwarth (2nd matric. 1836). 

Gu. three piles engrailed arg. (2nd 
quarter for Polwarth), 1 over all on an 
escutcheon az. an orange with a stalk 
thereat slipped ppr., and on it an im- 
perial crown. Earl of Marchmont. 

Same arms (3rd quarter). LORD 
Polwarth (1st matric.) 

Gu. three piles engrailed arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 4th grand quarter 
for Polwarth), over all on an escutcheon 
arg. (sic) an orange crowned and 
slipped ppr. Sir William Purves 
Hume Campbell of Marchmont 
and Purves (181 3). 

Or, three piles wavy sa., on a 
chief engrailed of the second as many 
escallops of the first, a double tressure 
flory counter-flory gu. Graham OF 
DUNTROON. 

Or, three piles sa., on a chief of 
the second as many escallops of the 
first, all within a double tressure flory 
counter-flory gu., a crescent for dif- 
ference. Graham of Monorgan. 

Or, three piles wavy sa., on a chief 
indented of the second as many 
escallops of the first, a double tressure 
flory counter-flory gu. GRAHAM OF 
Potento. 

Or, three piles conjoined in point 
and piercing through a man's heart 
placed in the nombril point gu. 
Logan of that Ilk. 

Or, three piles gu., on a chief 
sa. as many escallops of the first. 
Graham of Garvock (1673). 

Or, three piles sa. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., on a 

1 In another matriculation of date 27th Sept. 
1765, this is blazoned as arg. three piles engrailed 
gu., and is marshalled as the 1st and 4th quar- 
ters of 2nd grand quarter. 

O 



iq 4 



PILES— POPINJAYS 



Piles (3) — continued. 

chief of the second a rose between two 
escallops of the first. Graeme of 
Balgowan (1734). 

Or, three piles in point gu. sur- 
mounted of a bend az. (1st quarter). 

RlDDELL OF ARDNAMURCHAN (2nd 

matric. 1829). 

Or, three piles sa. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., on a 
chief of the second a crescent between 
two escallops of the first (1st and 4th 
quarters). MURRAY OF MURRAYS- 
HALL (i 79 I ). 

Or, three piles in point gu. (2nd 
quarter for the Lordship of Brechin) ; 
over all on an escutcheon of pretence 
Moir. Knight Erskine of Pit- 
TODRIE (2nd matric. 1867). 

Or, three piles within an orle gu., 
and in chief as many martlets sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). DURHAM OF 
Largo (2nd matric.) 

Or, three piles sa. within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory gu., on a 
chief of the second a rose between two 
escallops of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Maxtone- Graham of 

CULTOQUHEY (i 86 I ). 

Or, three piles conjoined in point 
gu. (3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
az. Maule of Inverkeillour 

(i774)- 

Or, three piles in point gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 3rd grand quarter). 
Lord Panmure (183 i ). 

Sa. three piles arg., on a chief of 
the second a lion passant guardant gu. 

HALKET OF PlTFIRRANE. 

Sa. three piles issuing from the 
sinister arg., on a chief or a mullet 
az. between two ermine spots. Hen- 
derson of Williamfield, co. Ayr 
(1885). 

Same arms, with Glassborow on an 
escutcheon of pretence. Mrs. Wil- 
liam Henderson (1885). 
Piles, Bakers' (2). 

Or, two bakers' piles disposed in 
saltire gu., each charged with three 
loaves in pale arg., between a tower 
triple-towered in chief and a mill-rind 
in base (of the second ?). Incokpor- 



Piles, Bakers' (2) — continued. 

ation of Bakers in Aberdeen 
(1682 ?). 
Pillar — see Column. 
Pole Axes — see Axes. 
Pomeis (3). 

Erm. three pomeis, each charged 
with a cross or (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Hcathcote). Frederick Gran- 
ville Sinclair of Fairmead, co. 
Cambridge (1891). 
Popinjays (3) (Papingoes). 

Arg. three popinjays vert within 
a bordure gu. Peadie (anciently 
Pepdie) of Ruchil. 

Arg. three popinjays vert, beaked 
and membered gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand quar- 
ters), on an escutcheon of pretence 
Landale. Lord Dunglass (1878); 
same arms, Earl of Hume (1881). 

Arg. three popinjays, vert [beaked 
and membered gu. 1 ] (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1 st and 4th grand quarters 
for Pepdie) ; over all on an escutcheon 
az. an orange with a stalk thereat 
slipped ppr. and on it an imperial 
crown. Earl of Marchmont (1st 
matric. . . ., 2nd do. 1765). 

Same arms (2nd quarter). Lord 
Polwarth (1st matric.) 

Arg. three popinjays, vert (2nd 
quarter of 1st and 4th grand quarters), 
over the latter on an escutcheon az. 
an orange with the stalk erect slipped 
and imperially crowned ppr. Lord 
Polwarth (2nd matric. 1836). 

Arg. three popinjays vert (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 1st grand quarter), 
over all on an escutcheon arg. (sic) 
an orange crowned and slipped ppr. 
Purves Hume Campbell of 
Marchmont and Purves (181 2). 

Arg. three popinjays vert (2nd 
quarter). Home OF RENTON. 

Arg. three popinjays vert (2nd 
quarter), all within a bordure engrailed 
gu. Home of Kames. 

Arg. three popinjays vert (2nd 
quarter). HUME OF WHITFIELD 
(1874)- 

1 The words in square brackets are omitted in 
a second matriculation of date 27th Sept. 1765 



POPINJAYS— ROSE 



i95 



Popinjays (3) — continued. 

Arg. three popinjays vert (2nd and 
3rd quarters), over all in the fess 
point a rose gu., a bordure of the 
same for difference. Home of 
Westrestoun. 
Pot. 

Az. a pot of growing lilies arg. 
Royal Burgh of Dundee. 
Primroses (3). 

Vert, three primroses or within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory gu. 
Earl of Rosebery (1st matric.) 

Vert, three primroses within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(1st and 4th quarters). Earl of 
Rosebery (2nd matric. 1823). 

Quarterly — see Cross, parted per. 

Ratch Hound — see Beagle. 
Raven. 

Arg. a raven sa. Corbet of Hard- 
gray. 

Arg. a raven sa. between three 
mullets gu. Corbet of Tow- 
corse. 

Arg. a raven, wings indorsed ppr., 
between four cross crosslets fitchee 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Cross). 
William Cross-Buchanan (1867). 

Or, a raven between three boars' 
heads couped sa. William Cruick- 
SHANK, merchant, Banff. 
Ravens (2). 

Arg. two ravens indorsed sa. with 
an arrow in bend through their necks 
ppr., in chief a lion passant, all within 
a bordure engrailed az. M'Kie of 
Dowloch. 

Arg. two ravens hanging pale-ways 
sa. with an arrow through their heads 
fess-ways ppr. Murdoch of Cam- 

LODDAN. 

Arg. two ravens hanging pale-ways 
sa. suspended by an arrow in fess 
piercing both their heads ppr. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Tait of Har- 
vieston (1st matric. 1791, 2nd do. 

1795)- 
Rock. 

Arg. a rock rising from the base 
gu. (1st quarter), over the quarters 



Rock — continued. 

on a chief gu. a gold cross between 
the badge of the Portuguese Military 
Order of the Tower and Sword on the 
dexter, and the badge of the Ottoman 
Order of the Crescent on the sinister. 
Col. John Maclean (18 14). 

Arg. a rock gu. (1st quarter), all 
within a bordure gu. charged with two 
eastern crowns in fess and two mullets 
in pale or. Sir George Maclean, 
K.C.B. (1856). 

Rods (2). 

Az. two rods in saltire or (1st and 
4th quarters for H.M. Usher of the 
Gree?i Jvod), over all an escutcheon 
gyronny of eight erm. and gu. within 
a bordure engrailed of the last for 
Campbell of Lundy. Sir Thomas 
Brand (1721). 

Roebuck. 

Arg. on a piece of ground in base 
vert a roebuck statant ppr. drinking 
out of a burn or brook running bend- 
ways az., on a canton erm. a knight's 
helmet ppr. Raeburn of St. Ber- 
nards (1841). 

Roebucks (3). 

Arg. three roebucks in full course 
gu. Major Adam Rae. 

Vert, three roebucks in full course 
arg. (1st and 4th quarters). David 
Rae, advocate (1758). 

Rook. 

Arg. a rook sa. between three foun- 
tains ppr. Thomas Craigdaillie, 
Perth. 

Rose. 

Arg. a rose gu. stalked and barbed 
vert between three cocks of the 
second. James Cockburn, mer- 
chant, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a rose gu. Royal Burgh of 
Montrose (1694). 

Az. a rose arg. between three boars' 
heads or (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure embattled quarterly 
arg. and or. Lieut. - Col. Wil- 
loughby Gordon (1808). 

Gu. a rose slipped between three 
wolves' heads erased arg., armed and 



langued az. 
Aberdeen. 



Walter Robertson, 



196 



ROSE— ST. PETER 



Rose — continued. 

Gu. a rose arg., on a chief of the 
last two Cornish choughs ppr. Samuel 
Higgenbotham, merchant, Glasgow 
(1869). 
Roses (3). 

Arg. three roses slipped, gu., stalked 
vert. Cheisly of Dalry. 

Arg. three roses gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters for Montrose). Marquess 
of Montrose. 

Arg. three roses gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Graham of Braco. 

Arg. three roses gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). GRAHAM OF ORCHILL. 

Arg. three roses gu. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure quar- 
terly gu. and sa. Col. Henry 
Graham of . . . 

Arg. three roses gu. barbed vert, on 
a chief of the second three pallets or 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Graham 
of Killern (17 1 4). 

Arg. three roses gu. (3rd quarter of 
2nd grand quarter). Earl of Sel- 
kirk (1799). 

Gu. three roses slipped in fess be- 
tween as many lioncels rampant arg. 
Mr. Charles Ross (son of Kindies). 

Or, three roses within a bordure 
gu., on a chief sa. as many escal- 
lops of the first. Graham of 
Gorthie. 

Or, three roses gu., on a chief sa. 
as many escallops of the field. James 
Graeme, Solicitor-General (1688). 

Or, three roses within a bordure 
gu., on a chief sa. as many escallops 
of the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Hamond Graeme of Holly Grove, 
Berks. (1873). 
Roundles — see Besants, Pellets, 

Plates, Torteaux, etc. 
Roundle Chequy. 

Az. a roundle chequy or and of the 
first between three boars' heads of the 
second. Gordon of Farskank. 

Gu. a roundle chequy arg. and 
az. between three cinquefoils of 
the second. James Hamilton, de- 
scended of Semelston. 

Rye, Ear of. 

Arg. an ear of rye vert between three 



Rye, Ear of — continued. 

bulls' heads erased sa., armed of the 
second. Turnbull of Know . 



St. Andrew with 
surcoat purpure 
the cross of his 
resting on a base 



St. Andrew. 

Or, the image of 
vesture vert and 
bearing before him 
martyrdom arg., all 
of the second, in the dexter flank a 
garb gu., in the sinister a ship in full 
sail sa., the shield surrounded with 
two thistles ppr. disposed in orle. 
National Bank of Scotland 
(1826). 

St. Andrew's Cross — see Saltire. 

St. Brysius. 

Az. the figure of St. Bryse with long 
garments, on his head a mitre, in the 
dexter (hand) a fleur de lys, the sinister 
laid upon his breast, all ppr., standing 
in the porch of the church or abbey en- 
signed on the top with a cross patee or, 
all between a decrescent and a star in 
fess of the last. Royal Burgh of 
Kirkcaldy (reverse). 

St. Coluraba. 

Az. St. Columba in a 
in his sinister hand a 
dexter chief a blazing star, all ppr. ( 1 st 
and 4th quarters). The College of 
the Holy Spirit, Cumbrae. 

St. Duthacus. 

Gu. St. Duthacus in long garments 
arg. holding in his dexter hand a 
staff garnished with ivy, in the sinister 
laid on his breast a book expanded 
ppr. Royal Burgh of Tain. 

St. Egidius — see St. Giles. 

St. Giles. 

Arg. St. Egidius habited in his robes 
and mitred, holding in his dexter hand 
a pastoral staff and in his left a 
clasped book, all ppr. Royal Burgh 
of Elgin (1678). 

St. Ninian. 

Arg. St. Ninian standing and full- 
faced ppr. clothed with a pontifical 
robe purple, on his head a mitre and in 
his dexter hand a crosier or. Episco- 
pal See of Galloway. 

St. Peter. 

Gu. St. Peter on a cross ppr., the 



boat 
dove 



at sea, 
and in 



ST. fETER— SALTIRE 



197 



St. Peter — continued. 

keys hanging at his girdle or. ROYAL 
Burgh of Montrose (1694) (re- 
verse). 
Salmon — see also Fish. 

Arg. in the baseundy vert a salmon 
naiant ppr. (4th quarter). Mac- 
LAUCHLAN OF THAT ILK. 

Arg. a salmon naiant and in chief 
two eagles' heads erased gu. (4th quar- 
ter) ; over all on a chief gu. a gold 
cross between the badge of the Portu- 
guese Military Order of the Tower 
and Sword on the dexter and that of 
the Ottoman Order of the Crescent on 
the sinister. Col. John Maclean 

(1814). 

Az. a salmon naiant arg. (4th quar- 
ter). Mackintosh of Kyllachy 
(1886). 

Or, in base a salmon naiant ppr. 
(4th quarter). M'LACHLAN of Kil- 
CHOAN (1758). 

Vert, a salmon naiant ppr. (4th 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters). MACGREGOR, alias MURRAY 
of Napier Ruskie (1797). 

Vert, a salmon in fess arg. (4th 
quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand quar- 
ters). LOCKHART OF LEE (2nd 
matric. 1806). 

Vert, a salmon naiant in fess 
ppr. (4th quarter). Macdonald of 
Largie (1765). 

Vert, a salmon naiant ppr. (4th 
quarter). Lieut.-Gen. Sir John 
Macdonald, K.C.B. (18 18). 

Vert, a salmon naiant in fess ppr. 
(4th quarter), all within a bordure gu. 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Macdonald, 
G.C.B. (1849). 

Vert, a salmon naiant in fess ppr. 
(4th quarter), all within a bordure az 
charged with two mascles in chief arg 
and a boar's head erased in base or 
Macdonald of St. Martins (1849) 

Vert, a salmon naiant in fess ppr, 
(4th quarter), the whole within a bor- 
dure gu. charged with three antique 
crowns or. G. G. FOOTE Macdonald 
(1850). 

Vert, a salmon naiant ppr. (4th 
quarter), over all on a fess sa. an 



Salmon — continued. 

eagle's head couped arg., beaked gu., 
between two sprigs of maple slipped 
or. William Stone Macdonald, 
Blinkbonny, Canada (1886). 
Salmon (3). 

Az. three salmon naiant fess-ways 
in pale arg. Girvan of Achairne 
(1770). 

Sa. three salmon haurient in fess 
ppr., on a chief or three goats' heads 
erased of the first within a bordure 
arg. Archibald Glen Kidston, 
merchant, Glasgow (1871). 

Sa. three salmon haurient per pale 
arg. and or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Campbell - Orde of Morpeth 
(1881). 
SALTIRE. 

( 1 ) Saltire and Saltire within . . . 

(2) Sal/ire and chief . . . or on a 

chief . . . 

(3) Sal/ire between. 

)4) Saltire between . . . a chief . . . 
or on a chief . . . 

(5) On a Saltire . . . 

(6) On a Saltire between . . . or 

between . . . and within . . . 

(7) On a Saltire . . . a chief . . . or 

on a chief . . . 

(8) Parted per Saltire. 

(1) Saltire and Saltire within . . . 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. within a 
bordure gu. COLQUHOUN OF Cams- 
TRODDEN. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa., in base 
a rose gu. Colquhoun of Drum- 

PELDER. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa., a fleur de 
lys for difference. COLQUHOUN OF 
KlLMARDORNY. 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure 
of the second charged with eight loz- 
enges of the first. Maxwell of 
Barncleugh. 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure 
of the second charged with eight cres- 
cents or. Maxwell of Cransaloch. 

Arg. a saltire within a bordure sa., 
the last verdoy of eight roses of the 
first. Maxwell of Loch. 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure em- 
battled gu. Col. Thomas Maxwell, 



198 



SALTIRE 



Saltire — con tin tied. 

Arg. a saltire within a bordure en- 
grailed purpure. William Kippen, 
merchant, Glasgow (1819). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. within a 
bordure gu. William J. H. Colqu- 
HOUN, co. Bedford (1841). 

Arg. a saltire sa., in base a holly leaf 
vert. Thomas Maxwell, Liverpool 
(1865). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st and 
4th quarters). Hadden (Haldane) 
of Gleneagles. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. ( 1 st 
and 4th quarters), a crescent (gu.) in 
the fess point. Hadden (Haldane) 
of Lanerick. 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure 
counter-compony of the second and 
first (1st and 4th quarters, 1st matric. 
. . ., 2nd quarter, 2nd do. 1793). 
Maxwell of Calderwood. 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure 
counter-compony of the second and 
first (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
a bordure embattled gu. Captain 
William Maxwell (1696). 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure 
engrailed of the last charged with 
eight lozenges of the first (1st and 
4th quarters). Hyslop Maxwell of 
Glengaber (1867). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Alexander Hal- 
dane, barrister at law (1878). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st and 
4th quarters), in the centre of the 
shield a martlet sa. James Haldane, 
C.A., Edinburgh (1878). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1 stand 
4th quarters), in the centre of the 
shield a mullet sa. Daniel Ruther- 
ford Haldane, M.D. (1878). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), on an escutcheon 
of pretence Chitinery. The Rev. 
J. R. A. Haldane -Chinnery (1st 
matric. 1878, 2nd do. as Chin- 
nery-Haldane, 1882). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters), in the centre of 
the shield a crescent sa. James 
Alexander Haldane, W.S. (1879). 



Saltire— continued. 

Arg. a saltire sa., in chief a mullet 
gu. within a bordure az. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Wedderburn-Maxwell 
of Middlebie (1879). 

Arg. a saltire sa., in chief a label 
of three points gu. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters of 2nd grand quarter), in the 
centre of the shield a crescent sa. 
Constable Maxwell of Ter- 
regles (1875). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1 stand 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). Earl of Camperdown 
(1882). 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure 
counter-compony of the second and 
first (3rd quarter), all within a bordure 
embattled gu. Maxwell of Car- 
doness (1805). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st 
and 4th quarters of 3rd grand quar- 
ter), the latter within a bordure gu. 
Duncan - Morison of Naughton 

(i853). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st and 
4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter), 
the latter within a bordure wavy arg. 
Gordon - Oswald of Scotstoun 
(1st matric. 1865 ; the bordure 
omitted in a 2nd matric. 1878). 

Arg. a saltire sa., on a bordure of 
the last eight lozenges of the first (1st 
and 4th quarters [for Maxwell of 
BarnchugK\ of 3rd grand quarter). 
Maxwell of Munches (1868). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1st and 
4th quarters of 3rd grand quarter for 
Haldane), the latter within a bordure 
gU. MORISON-DUNCAN OF NAUGH- 
TON (1875). 

Arg. a saltire sa., in chief a label of 
three points gu. (1st and 4th quarters 
of 3rd grand quarter). Constable- 
Maxwell - Stuart of Traquair 
(1876). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. (1 stand 
4th quarters of 4th grand quarter), 
over the latter a crescent az. Hon. 
Hew A. D. H. H. D. Mercer-Hen- 
derson (1882). 

Az. a St. Andrew's Cross (saltire) 
arg. [impaled with paternal arms of 



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199 



Saltire— continued. 

Sharp\ Archbishop of St. AN- 
DREWS. 1 

Az. a saltire arg., in chief a mitre of 
the second, garnished or. EPISCOPAL 
See of Edinburgh. 

Or, a saltire vairy. Betson of 
CONTLE. 

Or, a saltire sa. with a fleur de lys 
n chief az. Miss Margaret Anne 
Kellie (1841). 

Sa. a saltire arg., a crescent for 
difference. Little of Over Liber- 
ton. 

Sa. a saltire engrailed arg. Archi- 
bald Little, Langholm (181 5). 
(2) Saltire and Chief ... or on a 
Chief . . . 

Arg. a saltire sa., on a chief of the 
second three oak leaves ppr., amascle 
gu. for difference. Robert Black- 
wood, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a saltire gu. and a chief em- 
battled of the second. Bruce OF 
Newton. 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu. with a 
mullet (of the first) in the dexter chief 
point, all within a bordure indented 
of the second. Bruce of Wester- 
kinloch. 

Arg. a saltire and chief nebuly sa., 
the latter charged with three cushions 
of the field. Johnston of Gor- 
muck. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa., on a 
chief as the other gu. three cushions 
or. Johnstone of Hilton. 

Arg. a saltire and chief wavy sa., 
the latter charged with three cushions 
of the field. Johnstone of Polton. 

Arg. a saltire wavy sa., on a chief 
engrailed gu. three cushions or. James 
Johnstone of . . . 

Arg. a saltire sa. and on a chief gu. 

1 Note in Register. — Albeit for the seale of 
the See, he constantly gives in a field az. the 
Image of St. Andrew, the Patron of Scotland, 
vested and placed within the porch of a church 
proper, having his crosse of martyrdome on his 
breast argent, with these words in flying escrolls 
on each side : Regi, Ecclesi^e, Sacris on the 
right, and Auspice summo numine on the 
left, and round the seal Sigillum rotundum 
Archiepiscopi Sancti Andrew. 



Saltire — continued. 

three cushions or, a mullet az. in base 
for difference. John Johnston, alias 
Johnson, of Wroxel, Isle of Wight. 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the 
latter charged with three pallets or, a 
bordure compony az. and of the first. 
Keith of Arthurhouse. 

Arg. a saltire az., on a chief of the 
second three cushions or. Kirk- 

PATRICK OF CLOSEBURN (1673). 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu. charged 
with three mullets of the first. Jar- 
dine of Applegirth (1706). 

Arg. a saltire sa., on a chief gu. 
three cushions or, all within a bor- 
dure wavy vert charged with three 

besantS. JOHNSTON OF PlTKElRIE 

(1755)- 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the last 
charged with three besants. James 
Bruce, Pensacola, West Florida 
(1768). 

Arg. a saltire sa. within a bordure 
engrailed az., on a chief gu. a spur- 
revel of the field between two cushions 
or. Johnston of Lathrisk (1797). 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the last 
charged with two wings conjoined and 
inverted erm., between as many spur- 
revels or. Henry Jardine, W.S. 
(1803). 

Arg. a saltire and chief az., the last 
charged with a dexter hand ppr., 
vested with a shirt sleeve arg. issuing 
from the dexter chief point, holding a 
shoulder of mutton ppr. to a lion pas- 
sant or, all within a bordure gu. 
Thomson Bonar, co. Kent (181 2). 

Arg. a saltire az., on a chief sa. 
three escallops or. Bonar of 

KlMMERGHAME (1824). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa., on a 
chief as the other gu. three cushions 
or. Lieut.-Col. Frederick John- 
ston (1844). 

Arg. a saltire sa. with a mullet in 
base gu., on a chief of the second a 
passion cross between two pelicans 
in their nests feeding their young or. 
John Black, writer, Wigtown (1850). 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the 
latter charged with a fleur de lys of 



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chief gu. 



Saltire — continued. 

the first. John Black Cowan, M.D. 
(1866). 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the 
latter charged with an escallop of the 
first. CowanofLoganhouse(i873). 

Arg. a saltire sa., on a chief gu. 
three cushions or (1st and 4th quarters 
iox Johnston). Earl of Annandale 

(1634). 

Arg. a saltire sa., on a 
three cushions or (1st and 4th 
quarters). Johnston of Caskieben 

(1695). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed gu. within 
a bordure az. a chief of the second 
(1st and 4th quarters). Tait of 
Harvieston (1st matric. 1 79 1 ). 

Arg. a saltire and chief engrailed 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Tait of 
Harvieston (2nd matric. 1795). 

Arg. a saltire sa., on a chief of the 
last three roses of the first, within a 
bordure gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Ralston Patrick of Roughwood 
(1861). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed and chief 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). STEUART 
of Allanton (1st matric. 1789). 

Arg. a saltire gu. and chief erm. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters for Fitz- 
manrice), on an escutcheon of pretence 
Nairne, etc., quarterly. Marchioness 
of Lansdowne and Baroness 
Nairne (1878). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed and on a 
chief az. three mullets of the first 
(3rd quarter). Graham Stirling 
of Duchray (1798). 

Az. a saltire arg., on a chief ot the 
second a cross of St. George gu. 
The Company of Linen Manu- 
facturers in Scotland (1694). 

Az. a saltire arg., on a chief of the 
second three edock leaves slipped 
vert. Marshall of Church Aston, 
co. Salop (1769). 

Az. a saltire or, in base a hunting- 
horn arg., viroled vert and stringed of 
the second, on a chief of the third a 
buckle in pale of the field between 
two cushions gu. Collow of 
Auchencheyne (1773). 



Saltire — coniin tied. 

Az. a saltire chequy arg. and sa., 
on a chief of the second three 
escallops of the field. Alexander 
Liston Ramage, W.S. (1796). 

Or, a saltire gu., on a chief embattled 
of the second a mullet arg. BRUCE 
OF Garvell. 

Or, a saltire and chief gu. a 
mullet of the first in the dexter chief 
point, all within a bordure wavy of the 
second. Captain Edward Brice 
or Bruce. 

Or, a saltire gu. and chief wavy of 
the second. Bruce OF Balcaskie 
(patent 1668, registered 1675). 

Or, a saltire gu., on a chief of 
the second three fleurs de lys of the 
first. Bruce of Wester Abten 
(1676). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu. (the 
latter) charged with two mullets arg. 
Michael Bruce, grandson of Bruce 
of Stenhouse (1730). 

Or, a saltire counter-embattled gu., 
on a chief of the same a mullet arg., 
all within a bordure engrailed az. 
William Bruce, surgeon (1764). 

Or, a saltire gu. on a chief of 
the second a comet of the field. 
Thomas Wyndham Bruce of St. 
Germains, co. Cornwall (1791). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the 
last charged in the dexter chief point 
with an escutcheon arg. and chief sa. 
Bruce of Stenhouse (1801). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the latter 
charged with a fleur de lys of the first. 
Bruce of Grangehill (18 16). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., on a 
canton arg. a lion rampant az. Earl 
of Elgin (1867). 

Or, a saltire sa., on a chief erm. a 
cross moline of the second between 
two pallets gu. Robert Crawfurd 
Walker, solicitor, Dundee (1881). 

Or, a saltire gu., on a chief of the 
second a Holy Lamb, cross, staff and 
banner of St. Andrew ppr. between 
two lyres of the first, stringed arg. 
County of Ayr (1890). 

Or, a saltire engrailed gu., on a 
chief of the second a mullet of the 



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201 



Saltire — continued. 

first (ist and 4th quarters). BRUCE 
OF MOWANES. 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the 
latter charged with a fleur de lys of 
the first (ist and 4th quarters). 
Hamilton - Tyndall - Bruce of 
grangehill and falkland (i 873). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the 
latter charged on the sinister with a 
mullet of the first, surcharged with a 
crescent of the second (ist and 4th 
quarters). CUMMING - BRUCE OF 
ROSEISLE (1874). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the last 
charged with a mullet of the field 
(2nd quarter). Bruce Dundas of 
Blair (1796). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., in the 
dexter chief point a mullet of the field 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Elphin- 

STONE OF AlRTH. 

Or, a saltire gu. and chief wavy of 
the last (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
James Carstairs, eldest son of 
Kilconquhar (1760). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the 
latter charged with a mullet arg. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). LORD BALFOUR 
of Burleigh (1870). 

Or, a saltire and chief gu. (2nd and 
3rd quarters) of 2nd grand quarter). 
Robert Boswell, Lyon Depute 

(1773)- 

Paly of six or and gu. a saltire sa., 
on a chief az. a garb between two 
mullets of the first. WALKER OF 
Crawfordton (1866). 

Paly of six or and gu. a saltire sa., 
on a chief engrailed az. a garb between 
two mullets of the first. JOHN 
Walker, W.S. (1866). 
(3) Saltire between. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a rose in chief, two mullets in the 
flanks gu., and a crescent in base (sic). 
Anderson of Linkwood. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between two 
mullets in chief and base gu. and as 
many boars' heads erased in the flanks 
az. Anderson of Westeraird- 

BRECK. 

Arg. a saltire wavy between three 



Saltire — continued. 

mullets and a crescent in base gu. 
John Anderson, Aberdeen. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a crescent in chief and three mullets 
in the flanks and base gu., within a 
bordure az. Anderson of Dowhill. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a crescent in chief and three mullets 
in the flanks and base gu., all within a 
bordure quarterly of the second and 
third. Anderson of Stobcross. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a crescent in chief and three mullets, 
two in the flanks and one in base gu., 
pierced of the field. ALEXANDER 
Anderson, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between a 
mullet in chief, two crescents in the 
flanks, and a cross crosslet fitche'e 
in base gu. William Anderson, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between two 
mullets in chief and base and as many 
crescents in the flanks gu. Captain 
John Anderson, Glasgow. 

Arg. a saltire between a garb in 
chief and three escallops gu. (in the 
flanks and base). Barbour of 
Muldeig. 

Arg. a saltire az. between a mullet 
in chief and a crescent in base gu. 
. . . Bonnar, M.D. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a fleur de lys in chief and a crescent 
in base gu. Walter Colquhoun, 
merchant, Glasgow. 

Arg. a saltire between four holly 
leaves vert. Gartshore of that Ilk. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. Macfarlane of that 
Ilk. Macfarlane of Arrochar. 

Arg. a saltire couped az. between 
three edock leaves slipped vert. An- 
drew Marshall, Edinburgh. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. Lord Napier (ist 
matric. . . .) 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. within a bordure of the 
second charged with eight crescents 
of the first. NAPIER OF BALLI- 
CHEARNE, 



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SALTIRE 



Saltire — continued. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. within a bordure of the last. 
Napier of Ballikinrain. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. all within a bordure indented 
of the last. Napier of Fallside. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. within a bordure indented 
of the last charged with eight crescents 
of the first. Napier of Hervie- 

STON. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. within a bordure indented 
of the last charged with eight martlets 
arg. Napier of Tayock. 1 

Arg. a saltire engrailed gu. sur- 
mounted of another or between four 
bunting - horns sa. Powrie OF 

WOODCOCKHOLM. , 

Arg. a saltire vert between four 
mullets gu. Rigg of Downfield. 

Arg. a saltire az. between two 
crescents in chief and base gu. and as 
many garbs in the flanks of the second 
banded or. 2 Smyth of Gibliston. 

Arg. a saltire between three cres- 
cents in chief and flanks and a dolphin 
I haurient in base az. Mr. John 
Smyth. 

Arg. a saltire between three mullets 
in chief and in the flanks sa. and a 
. boar's head erased in base gu. 
Williamson of Hutchinfield. 

Arg. a saltire wavy sa. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief and base 
gu. and as many mullets in the flanks 
of the second. John Williamson, 
late Bailie of Kirkcaldy. 

Arg. a saltire wavy between four 
roses gu., a crescent for difference. 
M'Farlane of Keithton (1693). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
two crescents in chief and base and as 
many mullets in the flanks gu., all 
within a bordure of the last. Ander- 
son (1730) [impaled by Carlyle of 
Limekilns], 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 

1 From Nisbet. Blason in Register illegible. 

'- Robert Smyth was Lyon Clerk circ. 1672. 
The crescents in the above coat were afterwards 
omitted by leave of the Lyon. 



Saltire — continued. 

two crescents in chief and base and as 
many mullets in the flanks gu., within 
a bordure wavy of the last (1st and 
4th quarters). Anderson of Tushi- 
law (1732). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a boar's head erased in chief gu., two 
garbs in the flanks az. and a mullet 
in base of the third. Williamson 
of Banniskirk (1761). 

Arg. a saltire sa. between two bucks' 
heads erased in chief and base ppr., 
attired or, and as many cross cross- 
lets fitchee in the flanks az. James 
Johnston, major, 6 1st Regiment 

(1764). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
two hearts gu., one in chief and one 
in base, and as many cinquefoils in 
the flanks vert. Tailyour OF BOR- 

ROWFIELD (1764). 

Arg. a saltire wavy sa. between two 
hearts in chief and base ppr. and as 
many cinquefoils in the flanks vert. 
Taylor or Tailyour, Jamaica 
(1st matric. 1772, 2nd do. 1780). 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. barbed vert. Lennox of 
Woodhead ( 1 st matric. 1772). 

Arg. a saltire az. between three 
edock leaves slipped in, chief and 
flanks ppr. and a heart in base gu., 
within a bordure of the last. Mar- 
shall of Hillcairnie (1792). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a crescent in chief and three roses in 
the flanks and base gu. Thomas 
Anderson, Perth (1795). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed gu. sur- 
mounted of another or, between a 
hunting-horn in chief, two crescents in 
the flanks, and a garb in base sa., the 
last banded of the third. Powrie OF 
Reswallie (1856). > 

Arg. a saltire engrailed sa. between 
a crescent in chief, two mullets in the 
flanks, and a boar's head erased in 
base gu. Sir Alexander Ander- 
son, Aberdeen (1872). 

Arg. a saltire az. between three 
edock leaves slipped in chief and 
flanks vert and a bell in base of the 



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203 



Saltire — cant in ued. 

second, within a bordure gu. Mar- 
shall OF CURRIEHILL (1873). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed vert between 
a thistle slipped and leaved in chief 
ppr. and three mullets in the flanks 
and base of the second. Thomas 
Scott Anderson, W.S. (1878). 

Arg. a saltire sa. between a mullet 
in chief and three crescents in the 
flanks and base gu. Charles Ber- 
tram Black, Edinburgh (1880). 

Arg. a saltire gu. between two boars' 
heads erased in chief and in base sa. 
and as many dexter hands appaumee 
and couped in the flanks of the second. 
John Williamson (1892). 

Arg. a saltire gu. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief and in 
base sa. and as many dexter hands 
appaumee and couped in the flanks, 
within a bordure of the second. 
Robert Cochrane Williamson, 
Edinburgh (1892). 

Arg. a saltire gu. between two 
boars' heads erased in chief and in 
base sa. and as many dexter hands 
appaume'e and couped in the flanks of 
the second, within a bordure -of the 
third. Andrew Williamson, Edin- 
burgh (1892). 

Arg. a saltire wavy sa. between 
two hearts, one in chief and one in 
base gu., and as many cinquefoils in 
the flanks vert ( 1 st quarter for Taylor). 
Robert Taylor, H.E.I.C.S. (1812). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Lord Napier (2nd matric. 18 10). 

Arg. a saltire wavy sa. between two 
hearts in chief and base ppr. and as 
many cinquefoils in the flanks vert, 
• with a canton erm. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). George Watson Taylor 
(2nd matric. 181 5). 

Arg. a saltire wavy sa. between two 
hearts in chief and base gu. and as 
many cinquefoils in the flanks vert 
(1st and 4th quarters). Alexander 
Taylor, M.D. (1st matric. 18 16). 

Arg. a saltire between four holly 
leaves slipped vert (1st and 4th quar- 
ters for Gartshore). Gartshore 



Saltire — con tin ued. 

Stirling of Craigbarnet (18 18) 
[impaling Miller]. 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu., barbed vert (1st and 4th quarters). 
Kincaid Lennox of Woodhead 
and that Ilk (2nd matric. 1833). 

Arg. a saltire az. between four 
laurel leaves slipped vert within a 
bordure sa. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Hunter-Marshall of Callander 
(1872). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. (2nd quarter). Had- 
den (Haldane) of Gleneagles. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. (2nd quarter), a cres- 
cent (gu.)in the fess point. Hadden 
(Haldane) of Lanerick. 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. (2nd quarter). Alexander 
Haldane, barrister at law (1878). 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. (2nd quarter), in the centre of the 
shield a mullet sa. Daniel Ruther- 
ford Haldane, M.D. (1878). 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. (2nd quarter), in the centre of the 
shield a martlet sa. James Hal- 
dane, C.A., Edinburgh (1878). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. (2nd quarter), on an 
escutcheon of pretence Chinnery. 
The Rev. J. R. A. Haldane-Chin- 
nery (1878), 2nd matric. as Chin- 
nery-Haldane (1882). 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. (2nd quarter), in the centre of the 
shield a crescent sa. James Alex- 
ander Haldane, W.S. (1879). 

Arg. a saltire az. between three 
edock leaves slipped, one in chief and 
two in the flanks vert (2nd and 3rd 
quarters), all within a bordure en- 
grailed gu. Paton of Glenalmond 
(1809). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. (1st and 4th quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Murray of Broughton (2nd 
matric. 1730). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. (1st and 4th quarters 



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SALTIRE 



Saltire — continued. 

of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters). 
Murray of Broughton (3rd matric. 
1809). 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. (2nd quarter of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters), in the centre of the 
latter a crescent az. Earl of 
Camperdown (1882). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses of five leaves gu., barbed 
and seeded vert (3rd quarter), all 
within a bordure engrailed compony 
az. and arg. Stewart of Ardvor- 
lich (1802). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses of five leaves gu., barbed 
and seeded vert (3rd quarter), in the 
centre of the shield a mullet sa., all 
within a bordure engrailed compony 
az. and arg. Major - General 
Robert Stuart, H.E.I.C.S. (1802). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. (3rd quarter). Hal- 
dane - Oswald of Auchencruive 
(2nd matric. 1861). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. (2nd quarter of 3rd 
grand quarter), the latter within a 
bordure gu. Duncan- Morison of 
Naughton (1853). 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between four 
roses gu. (2nd quarter of 3rd grand 
quarter), the latter within a bordure 
wavy arg. Gordon - Oswald of 
SCOTSTOUN (2nd matric. 1865). 1 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. (2nd quarter of 3rd grand quarter 
for Haldane), the latter within a 
bordure gu. Morison-Duncan of 
Naughton (1875). 

Arg. a saltire between four roses 
gu. (2nd quarter of 4th grand quar- 
ter), over the latter a crescent az. 
The Hon. Hew A. D. H. H. D. 
Mercer-Henderson (1882). 

Az. a saltire between three boars' 
heads erased or within a bordure 
counter-compony of the second and 
first. Gordon of Glenbucket. 

Az. a saltire between three boars' 

1 The bordure omitted in a third matricula- 
tion in 1878. 



Saltire — continued. 

heads couped or. Gordon of 

ROTHIEMAY. 

Az. a saltire between two mullets in 
chief and base, a decrescent and in- 
crescent in the flanks arg. Haig OF 
Bemersyde. 

Az. a saltire between two unicorns' 
heads erased in chief and base arg., 
armed gu., and a decrescent and in- 
crescent in the flanks of the second. 
Heigine of Craigforth. 

Az. a saltire arg. between a ship 
under sail flagged of Scotland in chief 
ppr., a Peruvian sheep in base, a 
camel on the dexter and an elephant 
on the sinister (ppr.), the first two of 
these loaded and the last bearing a 
turret of the second. The Company 
of Scotland trading to Africa 
and the Indies (1696). 

Az. a saltire arg. between four 
besants. Bank of Scotland (170 1, 
recorded 1849). 

Az. a saltire arg. between two garbs 
in chief and base or and as many 
besants in the flanks. Alexander 
Smith, late master in H.M. Navy 

(1763). 

Az. a saltire arg., in the flanks two 
thistles or and in chief and in base 
the Royal Signet of the second, with 
this inscription on the edge, Signetum 
Regium. Society of Writers to 
His Majesty's Signet (1789). 

Az. a saltire arg. between an im- 
perial crown in chief and a thistle in 
base, both ppr., all within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory or. Society 
of Antiquaries of Scotland 
(1827). 

Az. a saltire wavy between a dagger 
arg., hilted or, in chief and three pad- 
locks of the second in the flanks and 
base. Dun Waters of Craigton, 
co. Stirling (1888). 

Az. a saltire arg. between four escal- 
lops or within a bordure of the last 
( 1 st and 4th quarters). John Peter 
Carruthers Wade, H.E.I.C.S. 

(1854). 

Chequy or and az. a saltire be- 
tween three towers triple-towered, one 



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Saltire — con tin tied. 

in chief and two in the flanks arg. 
North of Scotland Banking 
Company (1863). 

Erm. a saltire sa. between a boar's 
head erased in chief gu. and three 
mullets in the flanks and base of the 
second. Williamson of Balgray 

(1814). 

Erm. a saltire engrailed gu. between 
a mullet in chief of the second and a 
boar's head erased in base az., the sal- 
tire being surmounted of a fess arg. 
charged with three crescents sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). CRAIG-LAURIE 
of Redcastle (1857). 

Gu. a saltire between two spur- 
revels in the flanks, a spear-head in 
chief arg. and a crescent in base or. 
Bryson of Craigton. 

Gu. a saltire engrailed between 
three crescents in chief and in the 
flanks arg. Oliphant of Prinlis. 

Gu. a saltire engrailed arg. between 
four fleurs de lys or. Hopkirk of 
Dalbeath (2nd matric. 1804, 3rd do. 
1815). 

Gu. a saltire engrailed arg. between 
four mullets or. CHRISTIE OF Cow- 
den (1874). 

Gu. a saltire between four crescents 
or (1st and 4th quarters). KlNNAIRD 
OF INCHTURE. 

Gu. a saltire between four crescents 
or (2nd and 3rd quarters for Kinnaird). 
Lord Kinnaird of Inchture. 

Or, a saltire engrailed between four 
mullets sa. Christie of Bal- 
buchlie. 

Or, a saltire invected between four 
mullets sa. Christie of Craig- 
ton. 

Or, a saltire indented between four 
mullets sa. Patrick Christie, 
Aberdeen. 

Or, a saltire engrailed sa. between 
two swans naiant in fess undy or in a 
loch ppr. Loch of Drylaw. 

Or, a saltire between two mullets in 
the flanks sa., in chief a demi-lion 
couped at the joints gu. and in base 
a cross patee of the last. Christie 
of Durie (1787). 



Saltire — continued. 

Or, a saltire az. between a lion 
rampant in chief gu. having on his 
head an esquire's helmet ppr. and three 
bucks' heads erased in the flanks 
and in base of the third. Lieut.- 
Col. Henry Malcolm, H.E.I.C.S. 
(1797). 

Or, a saltire wavy between four 
spur-revels sa. Christie of Edale 
(1866). 

Or, a saltire engrailed gu. between 
four mullets az. ( 1 st and 4th quarters). 
Christie of Riddry ( 1 8 1 8) [impaling 
Dwyer\. 

Or, a saltire engrailed between a 
mullet in chief and base and in each 
flank a rose sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
for Clirystie) ; over all on an escut- 
cheon the arms formerly used by 
Miller of Craigcniinny. Chrystie- 
MlLLER OF CRAIGENTINNY (ist 
matric. 1862). 

Or, a saltire engrailed between two 
mullets in chief and base and as many 
roses in the flanks sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Chrystie - Miller of 
Craigentinny (2nd matric. 1868). 

Vert, a saltire or between three 
hunting-horns in the flanks and in 
base arg., garnished gu. POLLOCK OF 
Over Pollock. 

Vert, a saltire arg. between two 
hunting-horns in the flanks of the 
second, garnished and stringed gu., 
and a quatrefoil in base or. Pollok 
of Rhindmuir, co. Lanark (1876). 

Vert, a saltire engrailed arg. between 
a mullet in chief, two garbs in the 
flanks, and three roses in base or, within 
a bordure of the third charged with 
eight crescents of the field. Rig of 
Rigsland. 

Vert, a saltire engrailed arg. between 
a mullet in chief, two garbs in the 
flanks, and three roses in base or, all 
within a bordure of the third charged 
with eight crescents of the field (1st 
and 4th quarters). Rigg OF Morton 
(1772). 

Vert, a saltire or between three 
hunting-horns in fess and base arg., 
garnished gu. (1st and 4th quarters). 



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SALTIRE 



Saltire — continued. 

Crawford Pollok of Pollok 
(1852). 

Vert, a saltire or between three 
hunting-horns in the flanks and base 
arg., garnished and stringed gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). FERGUSSON- 
Pollok, Edinburgh (1886). 

Vert, a saltire or between three 
hunting-horns, two in the flanks and 
one in base arg., garnished and stringed 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for Pollok). 
Alexander Taylor, M.D. (1st 
matric. 18 16). 
(4) Saltire between ... a chief . . . 
or on a chief . . . 

Arg. a saltire sa. between a mullet 
and crescent in pale gu., a chief of 
the second. Gilbert Black, Aber- 
deen. 

Arg. a saltire invected sa. between 
two pellets in the flanks, on a chief 
gu. three cushions or. JOHNSTONE 
of Clothrie. 

Arg. a saltire sa. between two mul- 
lets in chief and an anchor in base 
gu., all within a bordure az., on a 
chief of the third three cushions or. 
Johnston of Netherwood. 

Arg. a saltire sa. between two escal- 
lops in the flanks gu., on a chief of the 
second three cushions of the first. 
Johnstone of Wardmilnes. 

Arg. a saltire sa. between a crescent 
in chief of the second and a man's 
heart ensigned with an imperial crown 
ppr. in base, on a chief gu. three 
cushions or. Major John Johnston 

(1735)- 

Arg. a saltire wavy sa. between a 

mullet in chief, a rose in base gu., and 

two garbs in the flanks vert, on a 

chief of the third three cushions or. 

Johnston of Gallowbank (1772). 

Arg. a saltire az. between three 

mullets or one in chief and two in the 

flanks gu., on a chief of the second 

three cushions or. Kirkpatrick of 

Culloch (I79 1 )- 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four mullets gu., in the dexter point of 
a chief az. a blazing comet or. John 
Anderson, London (1794). 



Saltire — continued. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
four mullets gu. within a bordure of 
the last, in the dexter point of a chief 
az. a blazing comet or. Alexander 
Anderson, London (1794). 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the 
former between two mascles, one in 
chief and one in base az., and as many 
ermine spots in the flanks. ALEX- 
ANDER Annand, London (18 12). 

Arg. a saltire az. between three 
mullets in chief and flanks and an owl 
in base gu., on a chief of the second 
three cushions or within a bordure gu. 
Kirkpatrick -Howat of Mabie 
( 1 86 1 ) [impaling Blewitt\. 

Arg. a saltire engrailed between 
a mullet in chief and a crescent in 
base gu., and in each flank a carpen- 
ter's axe az., on a chief of the last a 
fret of the first between two crescents 
or. Anderson of Blairvadick 
(1862). 

Arg. a saltire sa. between three 
martlets in chief and flanks and a 
crescent in base gu., on a chief of the 
second three pheons, points down- 
wards, or. Philip Black, Glasgow 
(1863). 

Arg. a saltire sa. between three 
martlets in chief and flanks and a 
crescent in base gu., on a chief of the 
second three roses or. Black of 
Craigmaddie (1863). 

Arg. a saltire sa. between a mullet 
in chief and a rose in base gu. and 
two garbs in the flanks vert, on a 
chief of the third three cushions or. 
Edward Johnstone of Falford 
Hall, co. Warwick (1871). 

Arg. a saltire invected sa. between 
two pellets in the flanks, on a chief 
gu. three cushions or (2nd and 3rd 
quarters [for Johnstone of Clauc/irie~\ 
of 3rd grand quarter). Maxwell of 
Munches (1868). 

Gu. a saltire between two spur- 
revels in chief and base or and as 
many mullets in the flanks arg., on a 
chief of the second a lion passant 
guardant of the first. Bryce OF Bow- 
TON (1766). 



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207 



Saltire — continued. 

Gu. a saltire between three mullets 
in chief and flanks and a crescent in 
base arg., on a chief of the last a 
stag's head cabossed of the first be- 
tween two martlets sa. Thomas 
Darnley Anderson, merchant, 
Liverpool (i860). 

Gu. a saltire between three mullets 
in chief and flanks and a crescent in 
base arg. within a bordure erm., on a 
chief of the second a stag's head 
cabossed of the first between two 
martlets sa. William Archibald 
Anderson, merchant, Glasgow ( 1 860). 

Or, a saltire between two spur-revels 
in the flanks gu., a chief of the second. 
Bruce of Pittarthie. 

Or, a saltire indented between four 
mullets sa., on a chief of the last three 
crescents arg. Christie of Bedlay 

(1855)- 
(5) On a Saltire . . . 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed sa. a 
buckle or. Colquhoun of Gars- 

CADDEN. 

Arg. on a saltire sa. an annulet or, 
stoned ppr. Maxwell of Nether 
Pollok. 

A.rg. on a saltire sa. a man's heart 
or. Maxwell of Telen. 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed az. five 
escallops of the first. PRINGLE of 
Torwoodlee. 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed sa. five 
escallops or. Pringle OF WHYT- 
bank (1st matric.) 

Arg. on a saltire az. an escutcheon 
of the Royal Arms of Scotland, sup- 
ported on the dexter by the royal 
unicorn and on the sinister by a 
savage ppr. PROVINCE OF NOVA 
Scotia. 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed gu. five 
besants. Sinclair of Stevenson. 

Arg. on a saltire sa. an annulet or, 
stoned az., in base a crescent of the 
second, within a bordure gu. charged 
with eight besants. Maxwell of 
Springkell (1st matric. 1 761, 2nd 
do. 181 1). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. five annulets 
or. Welsh of Cornlee (i77 0- 



Saltire — contained. 

Arg. on a saltire sa. a martlet or 
within a bordure engrailed gu. 'Max- 
well of Brediland (1789). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. five annulets 
or, stoned gu., within a bordure of 
the last. Thomas Welsh, Captain, 
H.E.I.C.S. (1789). 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed sa. five 
escallops or. Pringle of Whyt- 
bank and Yair (2nd matric. 
1828). 

Arg. on a saltire az. a mitre or ; 
behind the shield are placed two 
batons in saltire, each ensigned with 
a unicorn salient supporting a shield 
arg., the unicorn horned or and gorged 
with an antique crown, to which is 
affixed a chain passing between the 
forelegs and reflexed over the back of 
the last (the baton of H.M. Heritable 
Usher for Scotland). The Walker 
Trustees 1877). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. nine lozenges 
of the field (2nd and 3rd quarters of 
1st grand quarter). Baillie OF 
Lamington (2nd matric. 1837). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. a crescent or 
(1st and 4th quarters). Maxwell 
of Broomholm (1759). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. an annulet or 
(1st and 4th quarters). Maxwell 
of Calderwood (2nd matric. 1793). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. a martlet or 
within a bordure invected gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters). Graham Max- 
well of Merksworth (1858). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. an annulet or, 
stoned az., within a bordure of the 
second (2nd quarter for Maxwell of 
Williamwood). James Maxwell 
Graham, merchant, Glasgow (1837). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. an annulet or, 
stoned az., within a bordure of the 
second (2nd quarter), all within a 
bordure erm. Charles Maxwell 
GRAHAM, merchant, Glasgow (1842). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. an annulet or, 
stoned az. (2nd quarter for Maxwell 
of Pollok). Earl of Glasgow 
(1869). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. nine lozenges 
of the field (2nd and 3rd quarters for 



208 



SALTIRE 



Saltire — continued. 

Blair). Thomas, Earl of Dun- 
donald (1774). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. eight mascles 
of the field, in chief a mullet gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Hunter Blair 
OF Dunskey (1st matric. 1786; 
quarters reversed by 2nd matric. 
1850). 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed sa. five 
escallops or (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Scott of Galashiels (1793). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. nine lozenges 
of the field (2nd and 3rd quarters [for 
Blair] of 2nd grand quarter). Lord 
Lamington (1880). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. nine mascles 
of the field within a bordure az. (3rd 
quarter). Smyth of Balhary (1 765). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. eight mascles 
of the field, in chief a star gu. (3rd 
quarter). Hunter Blair of Blair- 
quhan (1827). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. a martlet or 
within a bordure invected gu. (3rd 
quarter for Maxwell of Merksworth). 
James Maxwell Graham, merchant, 
Glasgow (1837). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. a martlet or 
within a bordure invected gu. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure erm. 
Charles Maxwell Graham, mer- 
chant, Glasgow (1842). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. an annulet 
or, stoned az., within a bordure of 
the second (3rd quarter). Graham 
Maxwell of Merksworth (1858). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. nine mascles of 
the first within a bordure az. (3rd quar- 
ter of 4th grand quarter for Smyth). 
Kinloch of Kinloch (1873). 

Az. on a saltire arg. a man's heart 
or. Rev. Hugh Maxwell, Minister 
of Strathmartine. 

Az. on a saltire arg. a bleeding 
heart transpierced with two swords in 
saltire, points downwards, ppr., the 
heart having over it a mitre of gold 
placed on the field and tasselled gu., 
within a bordure or charged with a 
double tressure flory counter-flory gu. 
(1st and 4th quarters). Sharp of 
Scotscraig. 



Saltire — continued. 

Gu. on a saltire arg. five martlets 
volant of the first. Gillon of Wall- 
HOUSE (1st matric. . . ., 2nd do. 
1824). 

Or, on a saltire az. nine lozenges of 
the first ( 1 st and 4th quarters for Dal- 
rymple). Dalrymple of Stair. 

Or, on a saltire az. nine lozenges of 
the first, in chief a water-bouget sa. 
(1st and 4th quarters). William 
Dalrymple, eldest son of Cousland. 

Or, on a saltire az. nine lozenges of 
the field within a bordure gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Dalrymple Hay of 
Park (1800). 

Or, on a saltire az. nine lozenges of 
the first, on a bordure of the second 
eight mullets and as many boars' 
heads erased arg. alternately (1st and 
4th quarters). Dalrymple of New 
Hailes (1887). 

Or, on a saltire az. nine lozenges of 
the field within a bordure engrailed 
gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Mur- 
ray OF MURRAYTHWAITE (1792). 

Or, on a saltire az. nine lozenges of 
the first within a bordure of the second 
charged with eight mullets and as 
many boars' heads erased arg. (4th 
quarter). FERGUSSON OF KlLKERRAN 
(1880). 

Sa. on a saltire arg. a crescent gu. 
(2nd quarter [for Little] of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters). Gordon-Gilmour 
of Craigmillar, co. Midlothian 
(4th matric. 1887). 

Sa. on a saltire arg. a crescent gu. 
for difference (2nd quarter for Little). 
Little Gilmour of Liberton and 
Craigmillar (3rd matric. 18 10). 

Vert, on a saltire engrailed arg. 
five fleurs de lys of the first. Mr. 
John Frank, writer, Edinburgh 
(1673). 
(6) On a Saltire between . . . 

Arg. on a saltire between two cres- 
cents in the flanks and a garb in base 
sa. five lozenges voided ("or rather 
mascles") of the first. Blair of 
Milgerholme. 

Arg. on a saltire vert between four 
cross crosslets fitchee gu. five cres- 



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209 



Saltire — continued. 

cents of the field. Carse of Fok- 

DELCARSE. • 

Arg. (on) a saltire engrailed be- 
tween four roses gu. a mullet (of the 
field) for difference. Napier of 
Bowquhaple. 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. five mullets of the field. 
Napier of Culcreuch. 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed between 
four roses gu. a fleur de lys (of the 
field) for difference. Alexander 
Napier. 

Arg. on a saltire sa. between two 
mullets in chief and base az. a man's 
heart or. MAXWELL OF LACKIE- 
BANK (1676). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between three 
crescents in chief and on the flanks 
gu. and a garb of the second in base 
a chess-rook or. John Smith, por- 
tioner of Dirleton (1693). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between four 
stags' heads couped gu. five mullets 
or. Dugald Malcolm, Jamaica 

(1773). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between four 
stags' heads couped gu. a galley be- 
tween as many mullets or. Neil 
Malcolm, Jamaica (1773). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between a 
thistle ppr. in chief and a castle on a 
rock sa. in base a book expanded or. 
University of Edinburgh (1789). 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed sa. be- 
tween a heart in chief gu., two 
cinquefoils in the 'flanks vert, and a 
fleur de lys in base of the third, an 
annulet or. James TAYLOR, H.E.I.C.S. 
(1792). 

Arg. on a saltire engrailed between 



four roses 



hedgehog or. 



M'Farlane of Gartarlan (18 16). 

Arg. on a saltire wavy sa. between 
two hearts, one in chief and the other 
in base gu., and as many cinquefoils 
in the flanks vert a hunting-horn of 
the first stringed of the third. Alex- 
ander Taylor, M.D. (2nd matric. 
1S17). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between four 
stags' heads erased gu. five mullets 



Saltire — continued. 

or ; over all on an escutcheon the 
arms of Orme of Dalvaird. Malcolm 
of Poltalloch (18 1 8). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between a stag's 
head erased in chief gu. and an oak 
tree eradicated and lying fess-ways in 
base vert five mullets or ; over all 
on an escutcheon or a saltire sa. with 
a fleur de lys in chief az. for Kcllic. 
G. Kellie M'Callum, W.S. (1841). 

Arg. on a saltire sa. between two 
mullets in chief and base and as many 
crescents in the flanks gu. a boar's head 
erased or. Captain James Alexan- 
der Anderson, 14th Foot (1S68). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between three 
edock leaves slipped ppr. in chief and 
flanks and a hunting-horn sa., stringed 
gu., in base a cross crosslet fitchee 
of the first within a bordure of the 
fourth. Burt-Marshall of Lun- 
carty (1872). 

Arg. on a saltire couped sa. between 
three moors' heads couped of the 
second banded or, a heart of the third 
(2nd quarter). Morison-Duncan of 
Naughton (1875). 

Arg. on a saltire az. between an 
eagle displayed in chief sa. and a 
serpent nowed in base vert a martlet of 
the first. David Carnduff (1890). 

Arg. on a saltire couped sa. between 
three moors' heads couped of the 
second, banded or, a heart of the last 
(1st and 4th quarters). Duncan- 
Morison of Naughton (1853). 

Az. on a saltire between two mullets 
in chief and base, and a decrescent 
and an increscent in the flanks arg., a 
primrose slipped ppr. WILLIAM Haig 

Az. on a saltire arg. between a ship 
under sail flagged of Scotland in chief 
ppr., a Peruvian sheep in base, a 
camel on the dexter and an elephant 
on the sinister (ppr.), the first two of 
these loaded and the last bearing a 
turret arg., an escutcheon gu. charged 
with a thistle head crowned or. The 
Colony of Caledonia (1698). 

Az. on a saltire between two cal- 
traps in chief and base and as many 
spur-revels in the flanks arg. a lion 

P 



2IO 



SALTIKE 



Saltire — continued. 

rampant gu. County OF Stirling 
(1890). 

Erm. on a saltire gu. between four 
palm branches slipped ppr. five 
mascles or. Calderwood of Pol- 
ton (1736). 

Erm. on a saltire gu. between four 
palm branches ppr. five mascles or. 
(2nd quarter). Calderwood Dur- 
ham OF Largo (2nd matric. 1792). 

Gu. on a saltire between a falcon 
volant in chief and three covered cups 
in the flanks and base or rombre du 
soleil of the first. Sligo OF Car- 
mvle (1829). 

Gu. embordured on a saltire between 
a falcon volant in chief and three 
covered cups in the flanks and base 
or Vombre du soleil of the first. Sligo 
OF AULDHAME (1829). 

Or, on a saltire az. between two 
water-bougets in the flanks sa. nine 
lozenges of the first. Dalrymple OF 
North Berwick (ist matric. 17 19). 

Or, on a saltire az. between a mul- 
let in chief gu. and two water-bougets 
in the flanks sa. nine lozenges of the 
field. Captain Hew Whitefoord 
Dalrymple (1777). 

Or, on a saltire az. between four 
stags' heads erased gu. five crescents 
of the field, on a dexter canton of the 
second a naval crown of the first and 
a medal pendant therefrom. Sir 
Pulteney Malcolm (181 5) 

Or, on a saltire az. between four 
stags' heads erased gu. five crescents 
of the field, on a canton of the third 
between two branches of laurel an 
anchor erect or, the stem charged with 
a mural crown having a medal pen- 
dant therefrom. Lieut. - Col. Sir 
James Malcolm, K.C.B. (181 5). 

Or, on a saltire az. between two 
stags' heads erased in chief and base 
gu. and as many cross crosslets fitchee 
in the flanks sa. a fusil of the field. 
Malcolm of Glenmorag (1864). 

Or, on a saltire az. between a mul- 
let in chief and two water-bougets in 
the flanks sa. nine lozenges of the 
field (ist and 4th quarters). James 



Elphinston 



Saltire — continued. 
Dalrymple Horn 
(1790). 

Or, on a saltire az. between a mullet 
in chief and two water-bougets in the 
flanks sa. nine lozenges of the field 
(1st and 4th quarters) ; over all on an 
escutcheon Elphinstone within a bor- 
dure gu. Dalrymple Horn El- 
phinstone of Logie Elphinstone 
(1828). 

Or, on a saltire az. between two 
water-bougets in flank sa. nine lozen- 
ges of the first (1st and 4th quarters). 
Hamilton-Dalrymple of North 
Berwick (2nd matric. 1889). 

Vert, on a saltire arg. between three 
hunting-horns, two in the flanks and 
one in base of the second, viroled and 
stringed gu., a lion rampant sa. 
Morris of Craig (ist matric. 1863). 
(7) On a Saltire ... a chief . . . 
or on a chief . . . 

Arg. on a saltire gu. five besants, 
on a chief of the second three mul- 
lets or. George Jardine, Edin- 
burgh. 

Arg. on a saltire gu. two long bows 
in saltire of the first and on a chief 
of the second three lozenges or. 
Thomas Walker, M.D., St. Peters- 
burg (1829). 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the 
former charged with a mullet and the 
latter with an escallop of the first. 
James Cowan, Lord Provost of Edin- 
burgh (1873). 

Arg. a saltire and chief az., the 
former charged with a crescent and 
the latter with a cinquefoil of the first. 
Charles Crofton Boyes, New 
Zealand (1879). 

Arg. a saltire and chief gu., the 
former charged with an escallop or. 
James Cowan of Ross Hall, co. 
Renfrew (1888). 

Gu. on a saltire arg. a thistle slipped 
vert, on a chief of the second three 
cushions az. James Kirke, Edin- 
burgh. 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the 
saltire charged with a mullet of the 
first, a crescent of the second for 



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211 



bustards rising counter-changed 
Newall of 



Saltire — continued. 

difference. Major William BrucEj 
son of Bruce of Urie, in Zetland. 

Or, a saltire and chief gu., the for- 
mer charged with a mullet of the first, 
a crescent of the second for difference 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). WILLIAM 
Hoseason, Jamaica, and Thomas 
HOSEASON, Madras (1808). 

Or, on a saltire az. between four 
stags' heads erased gu. five crescents 
of the field, on a chief vert the badge 
of the Persian order of the Lion and 
Sun between two antique crowns or. 
Sir John Malcolm, K.C.B. (181 5). 

(8) Parted per Saltire. 

Parted per saltire gu. and arg. 
three 

of the second and first. 
Barskeoch (1677). 

Parted per saltire az. and gyronny 
of eight or and sa., in chief a wounded 
lion couchant arg. pierced by a spear 
behind gu., his head resting on a 
shield gyronny as above, in base a 
holly bush of the second below a 
crook and hunting-horn saltire-ways 
of the fourth, on a chief of the 
fifth within a bordure of the fourth 
the White Horse of Hanover between 
two eastern gold crowns. James 
Burnes, H.E.I.C.S. (1st matric. 

1837). 

Parted 
saltire g 
garbs or. 
(1863). 

Parted per saltire or and arg. on a 
saltire az. between two cinquefoils in 
the flanks vert a martlet of the second, 
on a chief of the third three cushions 
of the first. Kirkpatrick of Al- 

LANSHAW (1872). 

Sandglass. 

Vert, a sandglass running arg. and 
in chief the Holy Bible expanded ppr. 
JOASS OF COLLINWORT. 

Savage. 

Az. a savage wreathed with bay 
leaves having a sheath of arrows hang- 
ing by his side and bearing a bow in 
his sinister hand, all ppr., and pointing 
with the other hand to a comet placed 



per saltire arg. and sa. a 

., on a chief az. three 

Lawson of Halheriot 



Savage — continued. 

in the dexter chief point or. Oswald 
OF Fingalton [impaling Gillespie]. 

Az. a savage ppr. wreathed with bay 
leaves and bearing in his sinister hand 
a baton erected on his shoulder vert, 
and pointing with the other to a comet 
placed in the dexter chief point or. 
Andrew Oswald of (Dalderse). 

Az. a savage ppr. wreathed with bay 
leaves and bearing in his sinister hand 
a baton erected on his shoulder vert, 
and in the dexter a cross-staff pointing 
therewith to a star placed in the dex- 
ter chief point or. James Oswald, 
skipper, Kirkcaldy (1681). 

Az. a savage wreathed about the 
head and middle with bay leaves, 
having a quiver of arrows by his side, 
bearing a bow in his left hand ppr. 
and pointing with his right to a blazing 
star in the dexter chief point or, 
within a bordure erm. Oswald of 
SCOTSTOUN (1st matric. 1764). (1st 
and 4th quarters) Gordon -Oswald 
of Scotstoun (2nd do. 1865, 3rd do. 
1878). 

Az. a savage wreathed with bay 
leaves and having a quiver of arrows 
by his side and a bow in his sinister 
hand, all ppr., the other pointing to a 
comet in the dexter chief point or, 
within a bordure engrailed of the last. 
Oswald of Auchencruive (1st 
matric. 1770). 

Az. a savage wreathed about the 
head and middle with bay leaves, 
having a quiver of arrows by his side, 
bearing a bow in his left hand ppr. and 
pointing with his right to a blazing 
star in the dexter chief point or, within 
a bordure engrailed of the last (1st 
quarter). Haldane - Oswald of 
Auchencruive (2nd matric. 1861). 
Scales — see Balance. 
Sceptre. 

Gu. a sceptre and sword in saltire 
with an imperial crown placed between 
the upper corners, all ppr., within an 
orle of eight thistles slipped near the 
head or (1st and 4th quarters for 
coat of augmentation). Earl of Kin- 
tore. 



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Scissors. 

Az. a pair of scissors (shizers) or 
(2nd quarter). Incorporation of 
Tailors of Aberdeen (1682 ?). 
Sconce — see Fortification. 
Shakefork — see Fork. 
Sheaves, Holly — see Branches. 
Ship — see also Pinnace. 

Arg. in the sea ppr. a ship with 
three masts riding at anchor sa. 
Royal Burgh of Stranraer. 

Arg. in the sea a ship under sail 
ppr. flagged of Scotland, a chief 
tierced per pale az., vert, and arg., 
in the first a saltire arg. charged with 
a thistle vert and over it a crown or, 
in the second two eels in saltire or, 
and from a cloud above a hand issuant 
holding a pair of balances ppr., in 
the third a castle triple - towered sa. 
The Company of Merchants in 
Edinburgh (1693). 

Arg. a ship of war under sail ppr. 
and on a chief az. three boars' heads 
couped or. Captain John Fer- 
guson, R.N. (1757). 

Arg. a three-masted ship under full 
sail in the sea ppr. between three oak 
trees eradicated and fructuated of the 
last. Darroch of Gourock (1797). 

Arg. the hull of a ship on the stocks 
ppr., on a chief az. two spur-revels of 
the field. BURGH OF Govan (1884). 

Arg. a ship at anchor within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
( 1 st and 4th quarters) ; over all on a 
shield of pretence arg. a cross en- 
grailed sa., a crescent for difference. 
John Sinclair. 

Arg. a ship, sails furled, in the sea 
ppr. (1st and 4th quarters). William 
M'Nair, merchant, Glasgow (1761). 

Arg. a ship in distress in the sea 
ppr. (1st and 4th quarters), all within 
aborduregu. Smith of Smithfield 
(1768). 

Arg. a ship in distress in the sea 
ppr. (1st and 4th quarters). SMITH 
OF Camno (1768). 

Arg. a three-masted ship in the sea 
ppr. flagged gu., on a chief of the 
last three armed legs conjoined at the 
top of the thighs and flexed in triangle 



Ship — continued. 

between two mullets or (2nd quarter). 
Gun Munro of Braemore (1800). 

Arg. a ship, with her sails trussed 
up, sa. (2nd and 3rd quarters), all 
within a bordure compony of eight 
pieces arg. and gu. charged alter- 
nately with a saltire and a buckle 
counter - changed. Master John 
Hamilton, Edinburgh, sub-Dean of 
the Chapel Royal. 

Arg. a ship, sails furled, sa. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
compony arg. and az., the first charged 
with hearts gu. and the second with 
mullets of the first. Hamilton of 
Bargany (patent 1746, recorded 
1784). _ 

Arg. in a sea in base a ship of war 
at anchor, sails furled and ensigns 
flying, all ppr., in the dexter chief 
point a double eagle displayed gu. 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). John Michie, 
London (1761). 

Arg. a ship in full sail ppr. in a sea 
undy vert (4th quarter), all within a 
bordure arg. ; over all on an escut- 
cheon sa. a boar's head erased or. 
Campbell of Hallyards (18 14). 

Az. in base a ship under sail arg., in 
the sinister chief point a hand couped, 
gauntleted and grasping a sword ppr. 
Elizabeth Gillespie [impaled by 
Oswald\ 

Az. a ship in full sail arg., ensigns 
flying gu., between three besants. 
Spiers of Alderslie (1767). 

Az. a ship in full sail arg., ensigns 
flying gu., between three besants, in 
the middle chief point a crescent of 
the second. Speirs of Culcruich 
(1S10). 

Az. a three-masted ship, sails furled, 
flags flying or, on a chief of the last 
three escallops sa. Sir James 
Anderson, London (1869). 

Az. a ship under sail between two 
wolves' heads couped in chief and an 
escallop in base arg. Robert Lums- 
DEN, banker, Aberdeen (1883). 

Az. a three-masted ship, sails furled 
and flag's flying, in chief a cross cross- 
let fitchee between a pelican in her 



SHIP 



21 



Ship — continued. 

nest feeding her young and a dexter 
arm fess-ways couped below the elbow, 
the hand holding a dagger erect or 
(on an escutcheon of pretence Stain- 
ton). R. W. Gillespie Stainton of 

BlGGARSHIELS (1873). 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory or (1st quarter); over all divid- 
ing the coats a cross engrailed sa., all 
within a bordure indented gu. Sin- 
clair OF Dunbeath (1st matric. . . .) 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory or ( 1 st quarter) ; over all dividing 
the coats a cross engrailed sa., all 
within g. bordure invected gu. Sin- 
clair of Stemster. 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory or ( 1 st quarter) ; over all dividing 
the coats a cross engrailed sa., all 
within a bordure compony gu. and or. 
Sinclair of Stircock. 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory or ( 1 st quarter) ; over all dividing 
the coats a cross engrailed sa., all 
within a bordure chequy or and gu. 
Sinclair of Freswick. 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory or ( 1 st quarter) ; over all dividing 
the coats a cross engrailed sa., all 
within a bordure compony sa. and arg. 
Sinclair of Ulbster (ist matric. 
1678). 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory or (1st quarter) ; over all dividing 
the coats a cross engrailed sa., all 
within a bordure ermine. Sinclair 
of Barroqk (1767). 

Az. a ship at anchor, within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(1st quarter) ; over all a cross en- 
grailed and interchanged arg. and sa., 
with a crescent arg. in the centre 
for difference. Sinclair of Murkle 
(1767). 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire, 
within a double tressure flory counter- 



Ship — con tin ued. 

flory or (1st quarter) ; over all dividing 
the coats a cross engrailed quarterly 
arg. and sa., all within a bordure 
quarterly or and gu., charged with 
three mullets of the first. Sinclair 
of Ulbster (2nd matric. 1778). 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire 
or, flagged gu., within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory of the second (1st 
quarter) ; over all dividing the coats a 
cross engrailed sa., the whole within a 
bordure parted per pale, the dexter 
side indented gu., the sinister erm. 
Sinclair of Dunbeath, co. Caith- 
ness (2nd matric. 1886). 

Az. a three-masted ship under sail 
or (ist and 4th quarters). Burgh 
of Portobello (1886). 

Az. a ship at anchor, oars in saltire 
or, flagged gu., within a double tres- 
sure flory counter-flory of the second 
(ist quarter of ist and 4th grand 
quarters) ; over the latter dividing the 
coats a cross engrailed sa. within a 
bordure chequy or and az. Frederick 
Granville Sinclair of Fairmead, 
co. Cambridge (1891). 

Az. a ship under sail or, sails arg., 
flags gu. (4th quarter of ist and 4th 
grand quarters) ; over the latter 
dividing the coats a cross engrailed 
sa. within a bordure chequy or and az. 
Frederick Granville Sinclair 
of Fairmead, co. Cambridge (1891). 

Az. a ship at anchor within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory or 
(2nd quarter). Col. James St. Clair, 
second son of Lord St. Clair (1735). 

Az. a ship under sail or (2nd and 
3rd quarters) ; over all on a shield of 
pretence arg. a cross engrailed sa., a 
crescent for difference. John Sin- 
clair. 

Az. a ship at anchor within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory or (ist and 
4th quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters) ; over all (on a shield of 
pretence) arg. a cross engrailed sa., a 
crescent for difference. Ross OF 
Balgrigie. 

Az. a ship under sail or (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd grand 



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SHIP— SPEAR 



Ship — continued. 

quarters) ; over all (on a shield of 
pretence) arg. a cross engrailed sa., a 
crescent for difference. ROSS OF 
Balgrigie. 

Az. a ship under sail or (3rd 
quarter). Col. James St. Clair, 
second son of Lord St. Clair (1735). 

Az. a ship under sail or, in the 
dexter chief point a crescent of the 
last and on a chief arg. three boars' 
heads erased sa. (4th quarter). Brown 
of Eccles (1808). 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th 
quarter) ; over all dividing the coats a 
cross engrailed sa., all within a bordure 
indented gu. Sinclair of Dun- 
beath (1st matric.) 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th quarter); 
over all dividing the coats a cross 
engrailed sa., all within a bordure 
chequy or and gu. Sinclair of 
Freswick. 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th 
quarter) ; over all dividing the coats 
a cross engrailed sa., all within a 
bordure compony gu. and or. Sin- 
clair of Stircock. 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th quar- 
ter) ; over all dividing the coats a cross 
engrailed sa., all within a bordure in- 
verted gu. Sinclair of Stemster. 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th quar- 
ter) ; over all dividing the coats a cross 
engrailed sa., all within a bordure 
compony sa. and arg. Sinclair of 
U lbster ( 1 st. matric. 1678). 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th 
quarter) ; over all dividing the coats 
a cross engrailed sa., all within a 
bordure erm. Sinclair of Barrock 
(1767). 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th 
quarter) ; over all dividing the coats 
a cross engrailed and interchanged 
arg. and sa., with a crescent arg. for 
difference. Sinclair of Murkle 

(1767). 

Az. a ship under sail or (4th 
quarter) ; over all dividing the quarters 
a cross engrailed quarterly arg. and 
sa., all within a bordure quarterly or 
and gu. charged with three mullets of 



Ship — continued. 

the first. Sinclair of Ulbster 
(2nd matric. 1778). 

Az. a ship under sail or, sails arg. 
and flags gu. (4th quarter) ; over all 
dividing the coats a cross engrailed sa., 
the whole within a bordure parted per 
pale, the dexter side indented gu., the 
sinistererm. Sinclair of Dunbeath, 
co. Caithness (2nd matric. 1886). 

Or, a ship in the sea ppr., sails 
furled, streamers flying az., on a chief 
of the last two boars' heads erased 
arg., armed gu. Captain George 
Dewar. 

Or, in a sea ppr. a dragon ship 
vert under sail, oars in action, on a 
chief gu. a battle-axe fess-ways arg. 
Burgh of Lerwick (1882). 

... in the sea ppr. a ship, sails 
trussed up, masts and tacklings, the 
prow ensigned with the sun and the 
stern with the moon, crescent, all arg. 
between two escutcheons in the honour 
point (sic), that on the dexter (or) 
charged with a lion rampant within a 
double tressure flory counter-flory gu., 
that on the sinister (or) with a fess 
chequy az. and arg. and between as 
many cross crosslets fitchee of the 
second. Royal Burgh of Renfrew. 
Slips, Oak. 

Or, three oak slips fructed ppr., a 
chief vair. Aiken of Dalmoak, 
co. Dumbarton (1892). 
Spear. 

Gu. a broken spear and standard 
saltire-waysarg., the last charged with 
a cross of the field and fringed or 
(1st quarter). SMYTH OF BALHARY 

(1765). 

Gu. a tilting spear ppr. fess-ways 
between three antique crowns or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bor- 
dure embattled quarterly arg. and or. 
LlEUT.-COL. WlLLOUGHBY GORDON 
(1808). 

Gu. a broken spear and standard 
saltire-waysarg., the latter charged with 
a cross of the first and fringed or (1st 
quarter of 4th grand quarter for SmytJi). 

KlNLOCH OF KlNLOCH (1873). 

Or, a spear in bend ppr., point im- 



SPEAR- STAG 



21 



Spear — continued. 

brued between three crescents, within 
a double tressure flory counter- flory 
gu. William Seton, H.M. Horse 
Guards. 
Spears (2). 

Arg. two spears in saltire ppr. 
between four spots of ermine (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). EDMONSTON OF 
Newton (2nd matric. 1775). 

Az. two tilting spears in saltire 
between four boars' heads couped or, 
on a chief arg. a mullet between two 
crescents gu. Speir of Burnbrae 
(1859). 

Az. two tilting spears in saltire 
between four boars' heads couped or, 
on a chief arg. a mullet between two 
crescents gu. within a bordure of 
the second. Speir of Blackstone 

(i3 5 9)- 

Gu. two ring - spears in saltire 
between three fleurs de lys in chief 
and flanks and as many annulets in 
base or, stoned az. Montgomerie 
of Heslaid. 

Gu. two spears in saltire between a 
mullet in chief and a crescent in base 
arg., all within a bordure of the last 
charged with four fleurs de lys and as 
many annulets alternately az. LlND 
OF GORGIE (1738). 

Gu. two spears in saltire between a 
mullet in chief and a crescent in base 
arg., all within a bordure invected or 
charged with four fleurs de lys and as 
many annulets alternately az. JOHN 
LlND, Poland (1769). 

Gu. two spears in saltire between a 
mullet in chief and a crescent in base 
arg., within a bordure engrailed of the 
last charged with four fleurs de lys and 
as many annulets alternately az. Sir 
James Lind, K.C.B. (18 15). 

Or, two tilting spears in saltire 
between four tau crosses sa. James 
Speirs, London (1873). 
Spears (3). 

Az. three tilting spears conjoined, 
two in saltire and one in pale ppr., 
standing on a mount in base vert, each 
having a pennon arg. bearing a cross 
patde gu., around the middle of the 



Spears (3) — continued. 

spears a celestial crown or, within a 
bordure of the last charged with four 
leopards' faces sa. Login of South- 
end (1855). 
Spear Head. 

Arg. a spear-head between three 
cocks gu. Cockburn of Stonyflat. 
Spur-revel. 

Arg. a spur-revel az. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). ADAM OF Blairadam 
(1882). 

Arg. a spur-revel az. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee gu. (2nd quarter 
[for Ada/11^ of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Chrystie Miller of 
Craigentinny (2nd matric. 1868). 

Arg. a spur-revel az. between three 
cross crosslets fitchee gu. (2nd quarter). 
Miller of Craigentinny on an 
escutcheon over arms of Chrystie 
Miller (1862). 

Gu. a spur-revel of six points or 
between three cinquefoils arg., within 
a bordure engrailed erminois. John 
Hamilton, Tobago (1800). 
Spur-revels (2). 

Or, two spur-revels and a hunting- 
horn in base sa. Edward Burn, 
Lisbon (1757). 

Or, in chief two spur-revels sa. 
and in base a hunting-horn of the 
second, stringed and garnished vert. 
Burns of Wemyss House, co. Ren- 
frew (1889). 
Spur-revels (3). 

Az. in chief three spur-revels arg. 
Dalmahoy of that Ilk. 
Square. 

Az. a square or (3rd quarter). In 
corporation of wrights and 
Coopers of Aberdeen (1681 ?). 
Stag. 

Arg. a stag ppr. lodged under a 
holly tree growing out of the base 
vert, on a chief of the last a book 
bound or between two mullets of the 
first. Archibald Hyslop, stationer, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. a stag gu., attired or, issuing 
from a fess wreathed of the second and 
third. M'CORQUODALE OF THAT ILK. 



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STAG— SUN 



Stag — continued. 

Arg. a stag trippant gu., attired or, 
within a bordure of the second. 
M'Cariney of Aughenleit. 

Arg. on a mount vert a stag lodged 
under a tree ppr. LiEUT.-GEN. Sir 
Thomas Hislop (1813). 

Arg. a stag trippant on a hillock 
ppr., attired and unguled gu., within 
a bordure az. (1st and 4th quar- 
ters). Captain David Parkhill 

(1803). 

Arg. on a mount vert a stag lodged 
in front of a holly tree ppr., on a 
chief invected of the second three 
mullets of the first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Hyslop Maxwell of 
Glengaber (1867). 

Az. a stag trippant or, attired and 
unguled gu. Strachan of GLEN- 
KINDIE. 

Az. on a mount in base ppr. a stag 
trippant or, attired and unguled gu., 
in the dexter chief point a mullet of 
six points and in the sinister an in- 
crescent arg. Strachan of Tarrie 

(1739)- 

Az. a stag trippant or, attired and 

unguled gu. Sir William Strachan, 

London (1756). 

Az. a stag trippant or, attired and 
unguled gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters for 
Strachan of Glenkindie). Leith of 
Freefield (1766). 

Az. a stag trippant or, attired and 
unguled gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters 
of 2nd and 3rd grand quarters for 
Strachan of Glenkindie). Leith-Ross 
OF ARNAGE (3rd matric. 1803). 

Gu. a stag arg. lodged within a 
grove of trees vert, between the attires 
three mullets of the second. Fairne 

OF TARLOGIE. 

Or, a stag courant between three 
roses gu., on a chief sa. as many 
escallops of the first. Graham of 
(Buchlyvie). 

Or, a stag at gaze az., attired sa. 
Sir John Strachan. 

Or, a stag at gaze az., attired sa., 
within a bordure gu. Sir John 
Strachan, R.N. (1st matric. 1765, 
2nd do. 1766). 



Stags (3). 

Arg. three stags courant at full 
speed gu. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Rae Wilson of Kelvinbank (i 807). 
Standard. 

Gu. a broken lance and standard 

saltire-ways arg., the last charged with 

a cross of the field and fringed or (1st 

quarter). Smyth OF Balhary (1765). 

Star — see also Mullet. 

Gu. a star of six points wavy be- 
tween three crescents arg. Oliphant 
of Rossie (1777). 

Gu. a star of seven points wavy 
between three antique crowns or. 
Grant of Auchernack (2nd matric. 

(i777). 
Stars (3) — see also Mullets. 

Arg. three estoiles wavy within a 
bordure engrailed az. (2nd quarter for 
Innes of Cathlaw). ROBERT TAYLOR, 
H.E.I.C.S. (181 2). 

Arg. three stars of six points wavy 
az., in the centre chief a mullet gu. 
within a bordure chequy invected of 
the second and first (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). Ramsay OF Barra (2nd 
matric. 1858). 
Stars (9). 

Az. nine stars of six points wavy, 3, 
3, 2 and 1 (1st and 4th quarters). 
Lord Lamington (1880). 
Sun. 

Az. the sun in his splendour or be- 
tween two crosses patee fitchee in 
chief and a mullet in base arg., in the 
collar point a dagger, point downward, 
of the last, hilted and pommelled or. 
Professor John Gilchrist, London 
(1805). 

Az. the sun in his splendour or be- 
tween two crosses patee in chief and 
a water-bouget in base arg. Archi- 
bald Gilchrist, shipbuilder (1874). 

Az. the sun in his splendour ppr. 
(1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure quarterly arg. and or. Rev. 
B. K. W. Kerr-Pearse, Rector of 
Ascot, co. Berks. (1891). 

Gu. a sun between three crescents 
arg. within a bordure of the second 
charged with eight roses of the first. 
Melville of Murdicarnie. 



SUN— SWORD 



!I7 



Sun — c o?i tinned. 

Sa. the sun in his glory between nine 
stars arg., 3, 2, 3 and 1. Baillie 

OF JERVISWOOD. 

Sa. the sun in his glory between 
nine stars arg., 3, 2, 3 and 1, a 
crescent for difference. Baillie of 
Manorhall. 

Sa. the sun in his splendour between 
five stars, 2, 2 and 1, arg., and in 
the middle chief point an eagle's head 
erased or. Baillie of Carnbroe 
(1780). 

Sa. the sun in his glory between 
nine stars arg., 3, 2, 3 and 1 (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Earl OF HADDING- 
TON (1859). 
Sword. 

Arg. a sword in pale ppr., a chief 
gu. Menzies of Culdares. 

Arg. a sword az. ensigned with a 
mullet gu. and surmounted of a saltire 
sa. Alexander Gavine of . . . 
Montrose (1747). 

Arg. a sword erected in pale ppr., 
hilted and pommelled or; the pommel 
within a crescent in base gu., in a 
dexter canton az. a saltire of the field. 
Robert Douglas Halliday of the 
Island of St. Croix, representative 
of Tullibole (1775). 

Arg. a sword erected in pale ppr., 
hilted and pommelled or, the last 
within a crescent in base gu., a chief 
erm. and a dexter canton az. charged 
with a saltire of the field. John 
Delap Halliday yr. of Castle- 
dykes (1779). 

Arg. a sword erected in pale ppr. 
hilted and pommelled or, the last 
within a crescent in base gu., in a 
dexter canton az. a saltire of the field 
charged with a mullet of the fourth. 
Henrietta Halliday (1785). 

Arg. a sword in bend dexter az., 
and an oak tree eradicated in bend 
sinister ppr., the former supporting 
on its point an antique crown gu. 
Macgregor, alias Murray of Lan- 
rick (1795). 

Arg. a sword az. in bend dexter sur- 
mounting a fir tree eradicated ppr. in 
bend sinister, on a chief ermines an 



Sword — continued. 

antique crown of the third. ALEX- 
ANDER M'Grigor of Cairnoch, co. 
Stirling (1892). 

Arg. a sword in bend dexter az. and 
an oak tree eradicated in bend sinister 
ppr., the former supporting on its point 
an antique crown gu. (1st and 4th 
quarters). MACGREGOR, alias MURRAY 
of Napier Ruskie (1797). 

Arg. a sword in bend dexter az. 
and an oak tree eradicated in bend 
sinister ppr., the former supporting on 
its point an antique crown gu., in the 
centre chief point a label of three 
points of the last. Captain Evan 
John Macgregor Murray (1809) 
[impaling Murray, etc.] 

Arg. a sword in bend dexter az. and 
an oak tree eradicated in bend sinister 
ppr., the former supporting on its 
point an antique crown gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). Cortland Mac- 
gregor Skinner (18 10). 

Arg. a sword in bend az. sur- 
mounted of an oak tree eradicated 
in bend sinister ppr., the former sup- 
porting on its point an antique crown 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters). Captain 
Cortland George Macgregor 
(1872). 

Arg. a sword in bend az. surmounted 
of an oak tree eradicated in bend 
sinister ppr., the former supporting 
on its point an antique crown gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters), in the centre of 
the shield a crescent az. for difference. 
Captain Robert Francis Henry 
Macgregor (1872). 

Arg. a sword in bend az. surmounted 
of an oak tree eradicated in bend 
sinister ppr., the former supporting on 
its point an antique crown gu. (1st 
and 4th quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and or. Major Cort- 
landt Alexander Macgregor 
(1881). 

Arg. a sword in bend surmounted 
of an oak tree eradicated in bend 
sinister ppr., the latter supporting on 
its point an antique crown gu. (1st and 
4th quarters), all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and erm. Captain 



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SWORD 



Sword — continued. 

Francis Nugent Macgregor, R.A. 
(1883). 

Arg. a sword in bend az. sur- 
mounted of an oak tree eradicated in 
bend sinister ppr., the former sup- 
porting on its point an antique crown 
gu. (1st and 4th quarters), all within a 
bordure quarterly az. and arg. Major 
Philip Leighton Macgregor, R.A. 
(1887). 

Arg. a broadsword in bend gu., 
hiked sa. (2nd quarter) : over all an 
escutcheon sa. charged with a bear's 
head erased or, with a crescent in 
chief arg. Campbell of Barbreck 
(1768). 

Arg. a broadsword in bend gu., 
hilted sa. (2nd quarter), all within a 
bordure arg., and in the centre of the 
shield on an escutcheon sa. a boar's 
head erased or. Campbell of 
Hallyards (18 1 4). 

Arg. a sword in pale ppr. within a 
bordure indented gu. (3rd quarter). 
William M'Bean, Inverness. 

Az. a sword in pale ppr. bearing on 
the point a pair of balances or, within 
a bordure of the same. Justice of 
Eastercrichton. 

Az. a sword in pale arg. bearing on 
the point a dexter hand couped gu. 
between a crescent and a mullet in 
fess or, within a bordure indented of 
the second. John M'Morran, Edin- 
burgh. 

Az. a sword in pale arg. between 
three crescents of the last. Patton 
of Kinnaldie. 

Az. a sword in pale arg. between 
three crescents of the second, within a 
bordure or. John Paton (1756). 

Gu. a sword in pale ppr. between 
three padlocks arg. Dun OF 
Taartie. 

Gu. a sword in pale ppr. between 
three padlocks arg, a mullet for differ- 
ence. Charles Dun, Aberdeen. 

Gu. a sword in bend arg. between 
two helmets or. Ellis of Sauchton 
Milnes. 

Gu. a sword erected in pale ppr. 
between three square padlocks arg. 



Sword — continued. 

and two buckles in fess of the third. 
Dunn of Tonnochside (177 1). 

Gu. a sword in pale ppr., on its 
point a crescent arg., between three 
padlocks or. John Dun, Perth 
(1803). 

Gu. a sword fess-ways ppr. between 
three fleurs de lys or (1st quarter). 
Brown of Eccles (1808). 

Gu. a sword in bend arg. surmounted 
of a fess or (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure parted per pale arg. 
and sa. Mr. John Dempster, 
Minister of Monifieth. 

Gu. a sword in bend arg., surmounted 
by a fess of the third (1st and 4th 
quarters), over all a baton sa. 
Dempster of Pitliver. 

Gu. a sword in bend arg. surmounted 
of a fess or (1st and 4th quarters), all 
within a bordure parted per pale arg. 
and sa. Dempster of Dunnichen 

(i355). 

Gu. a sword pale-ways arg. between 

three cinquefoils of the last (1st and 
4th quarters). Lady Mary Cristo- 
pher Nisbet - Hamilton (1855) 
[impaled by the same arms]. 

Gu. a sword pale-ways arg. between 
three cinquefoils of the second (1st 
and 4th quarters for Hamilton') ; on an 
escutcheon of pretence over Nisbet- 
Hamilton-Ogilvy of Biel (1888). 

Gu. a sword in pale arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Hon. J. E. Kennedy 
Erskine (1828). 

Gu. a sword in pale arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters for Dun). Erskine of 
Dun. 

Gu. a sword in pale arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
embattled az. Captain Patrick 
Erskine, third son of Kirkbuddo 
(1699). 

Gu. a sword pale-ways arg. between 
three cinquefoils of the second (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Hamilton- Nis- 
bet of Dirleton (1801). 

Gu. a sword in pale arg. (2nd and 
3rd quarters). Erskine of Bal- 

HALL (1833). 



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219 



Sword — continued. 

Or, a two-handed sword pale-ways 
az. Spalding of Ashintillie. 

Or, a sword in pale az. between 
three crescents, within a double tres- 
sure flory counter-flory gu. Andrew 
SETON, merchant, London (1766). 

Or, a sword in pale ppr., supporting 
on its point an imperial crown between 
three crescents gu., within a double 
tressure flory counter-flory of the last 
(1st and 4th quarters). Lieut.-Col. 
James Seton (1806). 

Quarterly or and arg. a sword in 
bend az. surmounted of an oak tree 
eradicated in bend sinister ppr., the 
former supporting on its point an 
antique crown gu., in base a horse- 
shoe sa. William M'Gregor, 
M.D., M.A. (1884). 
Swords (2). 

Arg. two swords chevron-ways az. 
piercing a heart in chief ppr. and in 
base a cinquefoil of the second. Pear- 
son of Balmadies. 

Arg. two swords chevron-ways az. 
piercing a man's heart gu. between 
two crescents in chief and a cinquefoil 
in base of the second. Pearson of 
Westhall (1804 ?). 

Arg. two swords chevron-ways az. 
piercing a heart gu., in chief a mul- 
let and in base a cinquefoil of the 
second. John Pearson, third son 
of Balmadies (1804 ?). 

Arg. two swords chevron-ways az. 
piercing a heart gu., in chief a cres- 
cent and in base a cinquefoil of the 
second. Robert Pearson, second 
son of Balmadies (1804 ?). 

Gu. two swords in saltire, points 
downwards, arg., in base a sinister 
hand couped pointing downward, 
ppr. SCRIMZEOR (SCRIMGEOUR) OF 
BOWHILL. 

Gu. two swords in saltire, points 
downwards, arg., in base a sinister 
hand couped pointing downward, 
ppr., within a bordure of the second. 

SCRIMZEOR (SCRIMGEOUR) OF CART- 
MORE. 

Gu. two swords in saltire, points 
downwards, ppr. between two fleurs de 



Swords (2) — continued. 

lys in chief and base or and as many 
mullets in the flanks arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). HagArt OF Bantaskine 
(2nd matric. 1824). 

Swords (3). 

Arg. three broadswords fess-ways 
ppr. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Whyte 
of Stockbrigs (1754). 

Gu. three swords in point, conjoined 
in the middle chief arg. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters). James Innes, Chelsea. 

Target. 

Gu. a target ppr. (or) between 
three antique crowns or. Grant 
of Badendalloch (Ballindalloch ?) 
(patent 1 73 1 , recorded 1 77 1 [2nd 
matric.]). 

Gu. a target between three antique 
crowns or (1st and 4th quarters). 
Macpherson Grant of Ballin- 
dalloch (3rd matric. 1806). 
Temple. 

Az. a temple arg., St. Nicholas 1 
standing in the porch mitred and 
vested ppr., with his dexter hand 
lifted up to heaven praying over three 
children in a boiling cauldron of the 
first and holding in the sinister a 
crosier or. Royal Burgh of Aber- 
deen (reverse). 

Az. a temple or. Temple OF 
Revelrig. 
Thistle. 

Az. a thistle ppr. between three 
mullets arg., within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory or. Captain John 
Murray. 

Az. a thistle between three bucks' 
heads erased or. George Porteous, 
one of H.M. Heralds and herald 
painter. 
Torteau. 

Arg. a torteau between three mullets 
az. Robert Innes, writer, Edin- 
burgh. 
Torteaux (3). 

Or, three torteaux within a bordure 
wavy and parted per pale sa. and az. 

1 " Michael " in the Register, but cf. original 
patent in possession of the Corporation of Aber- 
deen. 



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TORTEAUX — TREE, FIR 



Torteaux (3) — continued. 

Andrew Myreton, Edinburgh (ist 
matric. 1686). 

Or, three torteaux (3rd quarter for 
Courtenay). William John Struth 
(1811). ' 
Tower. 

Arg. a tower embattled gu. between 
an increscent and a decrescent in 
chief az. and a branch of palm in 
base ppr. Niven of Peebles and 
Thornton (1796). 

Arg. a tower embattled gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bordure 
erm. M'Naghton of Upper 
Clogher, co. Antrim (1809). 

Arg. a tower embattled gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Edmund Alex- 
ander M'Naghton, Beardiville, co. 
Antrim (18 18). 

Arg. a tower embattled gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Sir Francis 
Workman Macnaghton (1832). 

Arg. a tower embattled gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). M'Naghten of 
Bushmills House, co. Antrim 

(1845). 

Arg. a tower embattled gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters for M L Nachtane). 
MacBrayne of Glenbranter 
(1871). 

Arg. a tower embattled gu. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Macnaghten 
OF DUNDARAVE, co. Antrim (1878). 

Az. a tower triple - towered or, 
masoned sa., within an orle of six 
garbs of the second. Simon Storie, 
Stockholm. 

Az. a tower arg., masoned sa. (3rd 
quarter), all within a bordure erm. 
Col. Neil Campbell (18 14). 

Gu. a tower triple-towered arg. 
(ist quarter). INCORPORATION OF 
Wrights and Coopers of Aber- 
deen (168 1 ?). 

Gu. a tower triple-towered arg. 
(ist quarter). Incorporation of 
Tailors of Aberdeen (1682 ?) 

Gu. a tower triple-towered arg., 
masoned sa., windows and port of the 
last (4th quarter). University of 
Aberdeen (1888). 



Tower — continued. 

Sa. a tower or, masoned of the field, 
windows and ports gu., between three 
mullets arg. in chief and an embattled 
wall in base of the second, also masoned 
of the field. Wilson of Banknock 
(1863). 
Towers (3). 

Gu. three towers triple - towered 
within a double tressure flory counter- 
flory arg. ROYAL BURGH OF ABER- 
DEEN. 
Tree. 

Arg. a tree eradicated and lying 
fess-ways vert between three pheons 
az. Dalgleish of Scotscraig 
(1748). 

Arg. a tree growing out of the base 
vert, on a chief gu. two wings conjoined 
erm. Alexander Renny, merchant 
in Montrose (1760). 

Arg. a tree growing out of a mount 
in base vert surmounted of a fess az. 
charged with three mullets of the field. 
George Watson Taylor (ist matric. 
(1815). 

Arg. a tree growing out of a mount 
in base vert surmounted of a fess az. 
charged with three mullets of the field 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). George 
Watson Taylor (2nd matric. 181 5). 

Erm. a tree eradicated in bend 
dexter surmounted of a sword in bend 
sinister, the latter bearing on its point 
an imperial crown, all ppr. LlEUT.- 
Col. Robert Macara (18 14). 
Tree, Cocoanut. 

Arg. a cocoanut tree fluctuated 
ppr. growing out of a mount in base 
vert, on a chief az. a shakefork between 
a martlet on the dexter and a salmon 
on the sinister arg., the last holding a 
ring in its mouth or. GLASGOW OF 
Montgrennan (1807). 
Tree, Fir — see also Pine. 

Arg. a fir tree growing out of the 
middle base vert surmounted of a sword 
in bend, bearing on the point an imperial 
crown ppr., within a borduregu. charged 
with four quadrangular locks of the 
first. Andrew Grierson, one of 
H.M. Heralds. 

Arg. a fir tree growing out of a 



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221 



Tree, Fir — continued. 

mount in base vert surmounted by a 
sword in bend, supporting an imperial 
crown in the dexter chief point ppr. 
and in chief and base a lion's head 
erased az. Professor John Gregory, 
M.D. (1766). 



Are. a fir tree 



out of a 



Arg. a fir tree on a mount in base 



mount in base ppr. surmounted of a 
sword in bend of the last, in chief two 
antique crowns gu., all within a bordure 
engrailed of the last. James Mac- 

GREGOR, YOUNGER OF RAIGMORE 
(1782). 

a 

surmounted of a sword in bend ppr., 
supporting on its point an imperial 
crown in the dexter chief point of the 
last. David Gregory, Dunkirk 

(1783). 

Arg. a fir tree growing out of the 
ground in base vert surmounted of a 
sword bend-ways az., supporting on its 
point an antique crown gu., on a chief 
az. a tower or between the Royal 
Portuguese Military Order of the Tower 
and Sword on the dexter, and the Im- 
perial Ottoman Order of the Crescent 
on the sinister. Sir James Mac- 
GREGOR, M.D., Surgeon - General 
(2nd matric. 1832). 

Arg. a fir tree gi owing out of a 
mount in base vert surmounted of a 
sword bend-ways az., supporting on its 
point an antique crown gu. (1st and 
4th quarters). James Macgregor, 
M.D. (1st matric. 181 1). 

Arg. a fir tree ppr. growing out of 
a mount in base vert surmounted of 
a sword bend- ways ppr., on a canton 
az. an antique crown or (1st and 4th 
quarters). Robert Hyde Greg of 
Norcliffe Hall, Cheshire (1875). 

Arg. a fir tree growing out of a 
mount in base vert surmounted of a 
sword in bend, supporting on its point 
an imperial crown ppr., in sinister 
chief and dexter base a lion's head 
erased az. (3rd quarter [for Gregory] 
of 2nd grand quarter). Forbes 
Leith of Fyvie (1889). 

Arg. a fir tree growing out of a 
mount in base seeded ppr., on a chief 



Tree, Fir — continued. 

gu. a banner of Scotland displayed or, a 
canton of the first charged with a dex- 
ter hand couped at the wrist fess-ways 
holding a dagger, point downwards, of 
the chief. John Farquharson of 
Invercauld (2nd matric. 1697). 

Arg. a fir tree growing- out of a 
mount in base seeded ppr., on a chief 
gu. the banner of Scotland displayed, 
and on a dexter canton of the first a 
hand issuing from the sinister holding 
a dagger, point downwards, of the chief 
(2nd and 3rd quarters). Farquhar- 
son of Invercauld (3rd matric. 
1815). 

Arg. a fir tree growing out of a 
mount ppr. (4th quarter). Farquhar- 
son of Houghton. 

Arg. a fir tree slipped vert (4th 
quarter). Alexander Farquhar- 
son of Invercauld (1st matric.) 
Tree, Maple. 

Or, on a mount in base vert a 
maple tree ppr., in chief two fleurs de 
lys az. Lord Mount Stephen 
(2nd matric. 1 891 ). 
Tree, Oak. 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of the 
base vert between a stag on the dexter 
and a buckhound on the sinister, both 
in full course gu. Robert Walker, 
keeper of His Majesty's buckhounds. 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated in pale 
ppr. surmounted of a fess sable. 
Watson of Croslatt. 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base ppr. surmounted of a 
fess wavy az. charged with a sail of 
the first. Watson of Glentarkie. 

Arg. on a mount vert an oak tree 
(ppr.) surmounted of a fess az. charged 
with a cinquefoil between two mullets 
of the first. Alexander Watson, 
Bailie of Dundee. 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of the 
middle base ppr. surmounted of a fess 
az. charged with a crescent or between 
two mullets of the field. Andrew 
Watson, merchant, Aberdeen. 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of the 
base ppr. surmounted of a fess az. 
charged with a fleur de lys between 



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TREE, OAK 



Tree, Oak — continued. 

two mullets of the field. Andrew 
Watson, merchant, Peterhead. 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of the 
middle base ppr. surmounted of a fess 
az. charged with an acorn of the field. 
John Watson. 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of the 
middle base ppr. surmounted of a fess 
az. Watson of Saughton (ist 
matric. 1673). 

Arg. an oak tree acorned growing 
out of a well in base ppr. Wellwood 
of Garvock (ist matric. . . ., 2nd 
do. 1769). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of the 
base ppr. between two cross crosslets 
fitchee az., all within a bordure invected 
of the second. Wood of Grange- 
haugh. 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated in pale 
ppr. surmounted of a fess az. charged 
with a griffin's head erased of the first. 
Watson of Muirhouse (1722 ?). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base ppr., on a chief az. 
three mullets of the first. Mrs. Mary 
Raining, Norwich (I73 1 )- 

Arg. an oak tree acorned growing 
out of a mount in base ppr. surmounted 
of a fess wavy az. charged with three 
besants. GEORGE Watson, merchant, 
Edinburgh (1739). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of 
a mount in base vert, on a chief az. 
three boars' heads erased or. Rouett 

OF AUCHENDINNAN (1768). 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated ppr., 
fructuated or. WOOD, governor of 
the Isle of Man and representative 
of Wood of Largo (1 775)- 

Arg. an oak tree fructuated growing 
out of a mount in base ppr., in chief a 
cross crosslet fitchee gu. between two 
eagles displayed sa., beaked and mem- 
bered of the second. Major Alex- 
ander Wood (i 795)- 

Arg. an oak tree vert eradicated 
ppr., fructed or. Wood of Gatton 
Park, co. Surrey (1809). 

Arg. an oak tree ppr. surmounted 
of a fess az. Watson of Saughton 
(2nd matric. 18 18). 



Tree, Oak — continued. 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated ppr., 
fructuated or. Wood of Potters 
Park, co. Surrey (1845). 

Arg. an oak tree acorned growing 
out of a well in base ppr. Scott 
Wellwood of Garvock (3rd matric. 
1847). Wellwood of Comrie 
Castle (1847). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base vert, on a chief gu. a 
garb between two crescents or. Glas- 
gow OF AUCHINRAITH (1847). 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated and 
lying fess - ways ppr. between two 
crescents in chief gu. and a pheon in 
base az. William Dauglish, mer- 
chant, London (1854). 

Arg. on a mount in base vert an 
oak tree ppr., the stem at the base 
thereof surmounted by a salmon on its 
back, also ppr., with a signet ring in 
its mouth or ; on the top of the tree 
a redbreast and in the sinister fess 
point an ancient hand-bell, both also 
ppr. City of Glasgow (1866). 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated ppr. 
surmounted of a fess gu. charged with 
three besants. Alexander Stron- 
ach, banker, Glasgow (1867). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base vert, on a chief gu. 
three mullets or. Watt OF DENMILL 

(1S71). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base ppr. surmounted of a 
fess az. charged with a robin redbreast 
ppr. James Watson of Broom- 
knowe, Lord Provost of Glasgow 
(1872). 

Arg. an oak tree ppr. growing out 
of a mount in base vert, on a chief az. 
a ship with three masts under sail, 
between two mullets or. James 
Watt, merchant, Leith (1876). 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated fess-ways 
ppr. between three pheons, points up- 
wards, az. within a bordure of the last. 
Dalgleish of Keavil, co. Fife (1878). 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated fess-ways 
ppr. between three pheons, points up- 
wards, az. Dalgleish of West- 
grange (1878). 



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223 



Tree, Oak — continued. 
Arer. an oak tree 



ppr. 



out 



of a mount in base vert surmounted 
of a fess sa. charged with three mullets 
of six points of the first ; on an escut- 
cheon of pretence Bird. Watson 
of Langley House, co. Bucks. 
(1881). 

Arg. an oak tree fructed growing 
out of a mount in base ppr. surmounted 
of a bend gu. charged with three 
cinquefoils of the first. William 
Livingstone Watson, London 

(1887). 

Arg. an oak tree eradicated fess-ways 
ppr. between three pheons, points up- 
wards, az. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Ogilvy Dalgleish of Mayfield, 
co. Forfar (1883). 

Arg. an oak tree fructed growing out 
of a well in base ppr. (1st and 4th 
quarters). Maconochie Wellwood 
of Garvock and Meadowbank 

(1854). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base ppr. surmounted of a 
fess az. (2nd and 3rd quarters). 
Cunningham of Aikinbar. 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base ppr. surmounted of a 
fess az. (2nd and 3rd quarters). ALEX- 
ANDER Cunningham, C.S. (1769). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
well in base ppr. (2nd and 3rd quar- 
ters). Moncreiff Wellwood of 
Tullibole (1771). 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a 
mount in base with a bird standing on 
the top thereof and a bell hanging on 
a branch at the sinister side and sur- 
mounted by a salmon fess-ways in base 
with a ring in its mouth, all ppr. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). EDINBURGH AND 
Glasgow Bank (1849). 

Arg. an oak tree vert surmounted 
of a double-headed eagle displayed or 
(4th quarter of 2nd and 3rd grand 
quarters). REGINALD MACDONALD 
Steuart (18 1 3). 

Arg. an oak tree slipped vert (4th 
quarter), in the fess point a crescent 
gu. Farquhar of Monzie. 

Arg. an oak tree vert surmounted 



Tree, Oak — continued. 

of an eagle or (4th quarter). Mac- 
DONALD OF MOIDART. 

Arg. an oak tree vert surmounted 
of an eagle displayed or (4th quarter). 
MACDONALD OF CLANRANALD (i 8 I o). 

Az. an oak tree or within a bordure 
arg. charged with eight gillyflowers 
gu. On an escutcheon of pretence 
over Earl of Linlithgow. 

Az. an oak tree or growing out of a 
mount in base between two cross 
crosslets fitchee of the second. WOOD 

OF BONNYTON. 

Or, an oak tree vert, over all on a 
bend az. a mullet of six points between 
two crescents of the field. SCOT OF 
Harwood. 

Or, an oak tree eradicated vert 
surmounted by a fess between three 
bells, two in chief and one in base az., 
the fess charged with a mullet of six 
points between two crescents of the 
field, the mullet charged with a crescent 
gu. Bell of Fortoun (1855). 

Or, an oak tree ppr. growing out of 
a mount in base vert surmounted of a 
fess erm. charged with two mullets az. 
William Watson, Lord Advocate 
(1880). 
Tree, Palm. 

Arg. on a mount in base a palm 
tree ppr. surmounted of a saltire gu., 
on a chief az. three mullets of the first. 
Calderwood of Pitteddie. 

Arg. a palm tree in pale ppr., over 
all a saltire invected gu., on a chief 
az. three mullets of the first. Alex- 
ander Calderwood, Dalkeith. 
Tree, Pine — see also Fir. 

Arg. a pine tree eradicated ppr. 
with a hunting-horn pendant upon one 
of the branches or, stringed gu., on a 
chief az. three martlets of the second. 
Kyd of Craigie. 

Arg. a pine tree eradicated ppr. 
with a hunting-horn pendant from one 
of its branches or, stringed gu., on a 
chief az. three mullets of the second, 
a crescent for difference. Kyd of 
Woodhall. 

Arg. on a mount in base a pine tree 
vert, a talbot tied thereto ppr., on the 



224 



TREE, PINE— UNICORN 



Tree, Pine — continued. 

branches a hunting-horn pendant of 
the second within a bordure invected 
az. James Lothian, portioner of 
Kingsbarns. 

Arg. on a mount in base a pine tree 
vert, a talbot tied thereto ppr., on the 
branches a hunting - horn pendant 
within a bordure of the second. 
Richard Lothian, Edinburgh ( 1 673). 

Arg. on a mount in base a pine tree 
vert, a talbot tied thereto ppr., on the 
branches a hunting horn-garnished or, 
stringed az., pendant, all within a bor- 
dure of the second. LOTHIAN OF 

OVERGOGAR (1837). 

Arg. a pine tree eradicated in bend 
sinister surmounted of a sword in 
bend dexter, ensigned with an antique 
crown, all ppr., in base a garb vert. 
Macgregor of Brediland (1870). 
Trees, Oak (3). 

Arg. three oak trees issuing from 
the base vert and on a chief gu. as 
many ears of rye, slipped and barbed 
or, within a bordure erm. FORREST 

OF COMISTON (1837). 

Trees, Forest of. 

Arg. on a mount a forest of trees 
ppr., on a chief az. three mullets of 
eight points of the first. William 
Forrest, Leschenault, Western Aus- 
tralia (1875). 
Tree Trunk. 

Erm. the trunk of a tree in bend 
raguly eradicated at the base ppr. be- 
tween three foxes' heads, two in chief 
and one in base, erased gu. HOULDS- 

WORTH OF GONALDSTON, CO. Notts. 
(1868). 

Erm. the trunk of a tree in bend 
raguly eradicated at the base ppr. be- 
tween three foxes' heads, two in chief 
and one in base, erased gu., within a 
bordure of the last. William Houlds- 
worth, merchant, Glasgow (1868). 

Erm. the trunk of a tree in bend 
raguly eradicated at the base ppr. 
between three foxes' heads, two in 
chief and one in base, erased gu., 
within a bordure engrailed of the last. 
Joseph Henry Houldsworth, iron- 
master, Glasgow (1S68). 



Tree Trunk — continued. 

Erm. the trunk of a tree in bend 
raguly eradicated at the base ppr. be- 
tween three foxes' heads, two in chief 
and one in base, erased gu., within a 
bordure az. Henry Houldsworth 
of Cranstonhill (1869). 

Erm. the trunk of a tree in bend 
raguly eradicated at the base ppr. be- 
tween three foxes' heads, two in chief 
and one in base, erased gu., within a 
bordure engrailed az. John Muir 
Houldsworth, ironmaster, Glasgow 
(1869). 

Erm. the trunk of a tree in bend 
raguly eradicated at the base ppr. 
between three foxes' heads, two in 
chief and one in base, erased gu., 
within a bordure invected az. 
William Thomas Houldsworth, 
ironmaster, Glasgow (1869). 
Truth — see Woman. 

Unicorn. 

Az. a unicorn salient arg., horned, 
maned, and unguled or, the tail 
tufted of the last, on a chief of the 
second a hunting-horn sa., stringed 
and viroledgu., between two esquires' 
helmets of the field. COUNTY OF 
Roxburgh (1798). 

Az. a unicorn salient arg., armed 
and unguled or, within a bordure of 
the third charged with eight thistles 
slipped ppr. (1st and 4th quarters 
as coat of augmentation). Earl of 
Kinnoull (1693). 

Az. a unicorn salient arg., armed, 
maned, and unguled or, within ! a bor- 
dure of the last charged with eight 
half thistles vert and as many half 
roses gu. joined together pale -ways 
(1st and 4th quarters of 1st and 4th 
grand quarters). Earl of Kinnoull 
(1811). 

Az. a unicorn salient arg., armed, 
maned, and unguled or, within a bor- 
dure of the last charged with eight 
half thistles vert and as many half 
roses gu. conjoined pale-ways (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters). Earl OF KlNNOULL 
(1823) [impaled by Lyon Office]. 



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225 



Unicorn — continued. 

Az. a unicorn salient arg., armed, 
maned, and unguled or, within a bor- 
dure of the last charged with eight 
half thistles vert and as many half 
roses gu. conjoined pale-ways ( 1 st and 
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters), all within a bordure gu. 
Captain Edward William Auriol 
Hay, Lyon Clerk 1 (1824). 

Az. a unicorn salient arg., armed, 
maned, and unguled or, within a bor- 
dure of the last charged with eight 
half thistles vert and as many half 
roses gu. conjoined pale- ways (1st and 
4th quarters of 1st and 4th grand 
quarters), all within a bordure erm. 
Robert William Hay 2 (1824). 

Az. a unicorn salient arg., armed, 
maned, and unguled or, within a bor- 
dure of the last charged with eight 
half thistles ppr. and as many half 
roses gu., stalked and leaved ppr., 
conjoined pale-ways (2nd quarter of 
3rd grand quarter). Fraser of Fin- 
DRACK (1864). 
Urcheons — see Hedgehogs. 

Vine. 

Arg. a vine growing out of the 
base, leaved and fructed, between two 
papingoes endorsed feeding upon the 
clusters, all ppr. Captain Peter 
Winchester. 

Viols (3). 

Az. three viols, arg., stringed 
sa. James Suttie, portioner of 
Inveresk. 

Virgin, The— see Mary. 

Wall. 

Or, a wall fess-ways az. broken 
down in some parts, in base a rose gu., 
on a chief sa. three escallops of the 
first. Graham of Inschbrackie. 

Or, a dyke or wall broken down in 
some places az. between a crescent in 
the collar point and a rose in base 
gu., on a chief engrailed sa. three 
escallops of the field (2nd quarter). 

1 Altered on Petition to a coat of four quar- 
ters, of which the above was the first. 

2 Refers to note in preceding blazon. 



Wall — continued. 

Graham Stirling of 



DUCHRAY 



(1793). 

Water-Bouget. 

Arg. a water-bouget sa. between 
three mullets az. INNES OF TowiE. 
Water-Bougets (3). 

Az. three water-bougets or, on a 
chief wavy arg. the badge of the 
Royal Swedish Military Order of the 
Sword pendant from a mural crown 
gu. between a sword erect on the 
dexter ppr. and an anchor in pale 
on the sinister sa. Captain James 
Rose, R.N. (18 14). 

Az. three water - bougets or, a 
crescent for difference. Vallange 
(Vallance) of Possill. 

Az. three water-bougets or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters for Vallance). Earl 
of Dumfries. 

Az. three water-bougets or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters), all within a bor- 
dure engrailed az. John Crichton, 
heir-male of Crawfurdton. 

Az. three water-bougets or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters). Wardlaw OF 

PlTREAVIE. 

Az. three water-bougets or (2nd 
and 3rd quarters of 2nd and 3rd 
grand quarters), a crescent arg. for 
difference. Wardlaw Ramsay of 
Whitehill (1849). 

Or, three water - bougets within a 
bordure sa. (1st and 4th quarters). 
Leith-Ross of Arnage (3rd matric. 
1803). 
Wheat, Ear of. 

Arg. an ear of wheat ppr. between 
four cross crosslets fitchee sa., 1, 2 
and 1, within a bordure parted per 
pale of the second and or. Cross 
of East Bank and Ingliston 
(1868). 

Arg. an ear of wheat ppr. between 
four cross crosslets fitchde, 1, 2 and 
1, sa., within a bordure engrailed 
parted per pale of the second and or. 
Cross of Ingliston, co. Renfrew 
(1886). 

Arg. an ear of wheat ppr. between 
four cross crosslets fitchee, 1, 2 and 1, 
sa., within a bordure indented parted 

Q 



226 



WHEAT, EAR OF— WOODMAN 



in 



of 



Wheat, Ear of — continued. 

per pale of the second and or. Robert 
CROSS, merchant, Leith (1892). 
Wheat, Ears of (3). 

Arg. three ears of wheat slipped 
fess vert. Cheape of Rossie. 
Wheel. 

Arg. gutte'e de sang, a wheel 
eight spokes sa., on a chief wavy 
az. a dolphin naiant of the first. 
Sir William Turner, Edinburgh 
(1886). 
Wheel, Katharine. 

Sa. a Katharine wheel arg. (1st and 
4th quarters). Sir James Turner. 
Sa. a Katharine wheel arg. (1st 
and 4th quarters), a crescent for 
difference. Mr. Archibald Turner, 
one of the ministers of Edinburgh. 
Wheels, Katharine (3). 

Sa. three Katharine wheels arg. 
Coulthard of Scotby (1784). 
Wings. 

Arg. a pair of wings inverted and 
conjoined ppr., over all on a fess az. 
three buckles or. Norman Leslie, 
Aberdeen. 
Wolf. 

Sa. a wolf salient or, in chief three 
mullets arg. Wilson of Fingach. 

Sa. a wolf salient or ducally* gorged 
and chained gu., in chief a mullet of the 
second between two mullets arg. Sir 
Alexander Willsqn, M.D. (18 13). 



Woman. 

Arg. the emblem of Truth, a naked 
woman standing on a terrestrial globe 
issuing out of the base, in her dexter 
hand an open book, in her sinister, 
which is elevated above her head, a 
branch of palm, on her breast the sun 
in his splendour, all ppr., and a veil 
across her middle of the field, within a 
bordure az. charged with six mullets 
or. William Sandeman (1780). 

Arg. the emblem of Truth, a naked 
woman standing on a terrestrial globe 
issuing out of the base, in her dexter 
hand an open book, in her sinister, 
which is elevated above her head, a 
branch of palm, on her breast the sun 
in his splendour, all ppr., and a veil 
across her middle of the first, within a 
bordure engrailed quarterly az. and gu., 
the former charged with three mullets 
or and the latter with as many arg. 
John Glas Sandeman, merchant, 
Glasgow (1872). 

Woodman. 

Az. a woodman ppr. wreathed 
about the temples and the middle 
with laurel vert, holding in his right 
hand a club, head downwards, in pale 
or, his sinister arm extended and 
pointing upwards, and his right foot 
resting on a besant, on a chief of the 
last a lion passant guardant gu. 
George Woods, London (18 12). 




ADDENDA 



{The following arms were recorded while the foregoing sheets were going through 

the press.) 



Bend. 

Arg. a bend invected az. between 
two garbs ppr. banded gu., on a chief 
of the last three bunting birds, also 
ppr. BUNTEN OF DUNALASTAIR, 

co. Perth (1893). 
Bordure. 

Or, a bordure gu., on a chief in- 
vected erm. three escallops of the 
field. Graham of Airthrey 
Castle, co. Stirling (1893). 
Chevron. 

Or, on a chevron embattled counter- 
embattled gu., between two Cornish 
choughs sa. in chief and an oak-tree 
growing ppr. out of a mount in base 
vert, three cross crosslets fitchee of 
the first. Francis Hugh Neish 
(1892). 

Or, a chevron az. between two spur- 
revels in chief and a lion's head erased 
in base gu. within a bordure of the 
last. Cox of Clunie, co. Perth 

(1893). 
Fess. 

Arg. a fess chequy gu. and of the 
first between three mullets in chief az. 



Fess — continued. 

and a man's heart in base ppr. (2nd 
and 3rd quarters [for Douglas of 
Mains']). Lord Blythswood (3rd 
matric. 1893). 

Galley. 

Arg. a galley sa. (2nd and 3rd 
quarters of 1st and 4th grand quarters; 
Lord Blythswood (3rd matric. 

1893). 
Gyronny. 

Gyronny of eight or and sa., each 
charged with a trefoil slipped counter- 
charged (1st and 4th quarters of 1st 
and 4th grand quarters). LORD 
Blythswood (3rd matric. 1893). 
Hand. 

Arg. a sinister hand holding a 
branch of oak pale-ways ppr. sur- 
mounted of a bend engrailed gu. 
Airman of the Ross and Brom- 
hilton (1893). 
Lion. 

Vert, a lion rampant arg., on a chief 
or a fleur de lys gu. between two 
castles triple -towered, ppr. Lord 
Playfair (1893) 



Note. — The arms of Evvart of Mullock, though not recorded in the Register, were recognised in 
a pedigree certified by the Lyon Depute in 1784, now in possession of General Sir John 
Ewart, K. C. B. They are as follows : — Or, a sword in fess ppr., hilted gu. , surmounted by 
two others in saltire, points upwards as the former, in chief a dexter hand erect, and in base 
a heart, both of the last. 



ERRATA, CORRIGENDA, ETC. 



Page i. Pitcairn of that Ilk. — Insert before date 2nd matric. 

2. Hope-Vere of Craigiehall. — After 1815 insert 3rd do. 1846. 

2. Montgomerie of Kirktounholme. — For 3rd and 4th read 2nd and 3rd. 

3. M'Naghton of Upper Cloghan. — For Cloghan read Clogher. 

7. Stewart of Grandtully. — Insert before date 2nd matric. 

8. Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard. — For (Barry) read (Barrett). 

9. Denniston of Colgrain. — For 2nd read 3rd. 

9. Maxwell of Calderwood. — Insert after 2nd and yd quarters 1st matric 3rd quarter, 

2nd do. 1793. 
9. Captain Williamson Maxwell. — For Williamson read William ; for 3rd and 4th read 2nd 

and 3rd. 
10. M'lver-^Campbell of Asknish. — Delete 1881 and 1884 and insert 2nd matric. 1853, 

3rd do. 188 1, 4th do. 1884. 
13. Mackenzie of Kilcoy. — Insert before date 2nd matric. 
13. Burton-Mackenzie of Kilcoy. — Insert before date 3rd matric. 
13. Tytler of Woodhouselee. — Insert before date 2nd matric. 
15. After Hamilton of Kilbrackmonth insert Arg. on a bend az. three acorns in the seed or 

(2nd and 3rd quarters). Ralston-Patrick of Roughwood (1861). 

15. Richardson of Pitfour. — For (1826) read (2nd matric. 1826, 3rd do. 1837). 

16. Lord Napier. — For 2nd read 2nd and 3rd ; insert 2nd matric. 
29. Nisbet of Dirleton. — Insert 1st matric. 

32. Reid-Seton of Oxmantounhall. — For Oxmantounhall read Oxmantounhill. 

34. Little-Gilmour of Liberton and Craigmillar. — Insert 3rd matric. 

35. Bannatyne of that Ilk. — For Bannatyne read Macleod-Bannatyne. 

36. Denham-Stewart of Coltness. — For Denham-Stewart read Stewart-Denham. 

37. Stewart- Nicholson of Carnock. — Insert 1st matric. 

40. Lord Polwarth. — Insert 2nd matric. 

41. Hepburn of Invermay. — For Hepburn read Hepburn - Belsches ; insert and his wife 

Dame Mary Hepburn Murray of Blackcastle. 
43. Lieut. -Col. W. Stewart Balfour. — Insert (1st and 4th quarters). 

46. Plummet - of Middlestead. — For mullets read martlets. 

47. Plummer of Middlestead. — For 1st matric. 1698 read 2nd matric. 1773. 
55. Burton-Mackenzie of Kilcoy. — For 2nd read 3rd. 

55. Mackenzie of Kilcoy. — After grand quarters insert the latter within a bordure gules ; and 

add (1st and 4th quarters of 2nd quarter), all within a bordure ermine (2nd do. 1837). 

56. Stothert of Blacket. — For Blacket read Blaiket. 

57. Sir Charles Coutts Trotter. — Delete Charles. 

59. After Lord Melville insert Gu. three crescents arg. (2nd and 3rd quarters). Irvine 
of Cairnfield. 

61. Captain Alexander Gordon, R.N. — For R.N. read R. E. ; for 1848 read 1845. 

62. Lord Polwarth (1st entry). — Insert 2nd matric. 
62. Earl of Marchmont. — Insert 1st matric. 

62. Lord Polwarth (2nd entry).- — Insert 1st matric. 

63. After Keir, Calcutta (1768) insert (2nd quarter). Keir-Grant of Blackburn (1805). 
82. After 12H1 line from top of 2nd column insert Or, a fess chequy az. and arg. (3rd quarter), 

all within a bordure embattled erm. Lieut.-Col. Sir Guy Campbell, Bart. (1816). 

116. After (jtk line from top of 2nd column insert Arg. a galley, oars in action sa. (2nd quarter). 

Lieut. -Col. Sir Guy Campbell, Bart. (1816). 

117. After Pentland of that Ilk (1811) insert Arg. a galley, oars in action, sa. (3rd quarter of 2nd 

and 3rd grand quarters), all within a bordure arg. charged with three cushions gules. 

IVERACH OF WlDEFORD (1867). 

182. Insert after Oak Tree — see Tree. Orange. Arg. an orange proper, stalked and slipped 
vert and ensigned with an imperial crown, on escutcheon of pretence over Earl of 
Marchmont (2nd matric. 1765), and Purves-Hume-Campbell of Marchmont and 
Purves (1813). Same with field az. over Earl of Marchmont (1st matric.) 
Lord Polwarth (ist matric. . . . 2nd do. 1836). 

190. Last line of 1st column, after Home of Renton insert Home of Kames. 

200. 1st column, after Graham Stirling of Duchray (1798) insert Arg. a saltire and chief 
gu. with a mullet in the dexter chief point or, within a bordure indented of the second 
(3rd quarter). Keir-Grant of Blackburn (1805). 



INDEX 



The figures in italics denote the pages on which a name occurs in italics as relating to some quarter 

of a coat only. 
The names have generally been arranged under the modern spelling, with the variants appended in 

brackets, and the use of cross references will, it is hoped, obviate all difficulty in tracing a 

name under any form. 
For numbers marked * see Errata. 



Aberbuthnet, see Arbuthnot 
Abercrombie (Abercromby) 

of Birkenbog, 28 

of Fetterneir, 28 

of Glassauch, 28 

of Tullibody, 30 

Alexander, M. D. , Capetown, 188 

John J. , South Carolina, 42 
Aberdeen of Cairnbulg, 34 
Aberdeen, County of, 12, 94, 120, 144 

Incorporation of Bakers, 194 
of Butchers, 153 
of Hammermen, 3 
of Shoemakers, 153 
of Tailors, 23, 153, 212, 220 
of Weavers, 145 
of Wrights and Coopers, 5, 57, 215, 220 

Royal Burgh of, 219, 220 

Town and County Banking Company, 23 

University of, 23, 32, 52, 220 
Abernethy (Abernethie) 

of Auchincloich, 171, 192 

-Drummond of Hawthornden, 170 

160 quat. , 161 bis, 172 
Aboyne, Earl of, 32 
Adair of Genoch, 164 

of Kinhilt, 21 
Adam of Blairadam, 4 bis, 145, 178, 215 

of Maryburgh, 57, 148, 178 

of Whitslaid, 67, 178 

178, 215 
Adamson, Henry, Ewell, 88, 
Adinstone, Euphame, 61 
Advocates, Dean and Faculty of, 5 
^Edie of Moneaght, 64 
Affleck of Edingham, 5, 115 
Africa and the Indies, Company of Scotland 

trading to, 204 
Agnew of Castlewigg, 28 

of Croach, 29 

of Dalragle, 28 

of Lochnaw, 28 



Agnew of Sheuchan, 28 
Aiken of Dalmoak, 182, 214 

John Chetwood, Bristol, 36 
Aikenhead, James, advocate, 1 
Aikman of The Ross and Bromhilton, 227 

of Cairnie, 128 
Ainslie of Blackhill, 65 

of Dolphinton, 65, 67 

of Pilton, 65 

Lieut. -Gen. G. R. , 65 

Sir Robert, Bart., 63 

Thomas, Quebec, 65 
Aitchison (Atcheson, Aitcheson) 

of Rochsolloch, 76 

of Sydeserf, 76 

Captain John, 76 

Sir John, K.C.B., 76 
Aitken of Saltcoats and Darroch, 31 

Catherine, co-heiress of C. Aitken of St. 
Croix, 105 

James, Glasgow, 31 
Aiton, see Ayton 

Albany and York, James, Duke of, no, 132, 171 
Alexander of Auchmull, 184 

of Ballochmyle, 186 

of Boghall, 184 

of Haughton, 186 

of Kinglassie, 63, 188 

of Knockhill, 184 

of Pitskellie, 184 

Boyd, 186 

John, Glasgow, 186 
Alison, Archibald, Sheriff of Lanark, 132 
Allan, see also Allen 

of Glen, 190 

Alexander, Glasgow, 22 

Bryce, Liverpool, 22 

James, Glasgow, 22 

James, W. S. , 21 

John, London, 21 

Robert, Rotterdam, 21 
Allardyce of Dunninald, 86 



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AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Allardyce, Barclay, 28, 53, 85, 88 
Allen, see also Allan 

of Inchmartine, 22 

Robert Calder, C.B. , 22 
Allison, John, 68 
Alston of Craighead, 182 

of Stockbriggs, 182 

of Westerton, 141 

Charles Henry, Glasgow, 182 

John, Glasgow, 182 

-Stewart, Major J., 15, 82, 121, 127, 182 
Alves, Archibald, 41 
Anderson (Andersone) 

of Blairvadick, 206 

of Dowhill, 201 

of Linkwood, 201 

of Newbigging, 30 

of Stobcross, 201 

of Tushilaw, 147, 202 

of Westerairdbreck, 201 

Sir Alexander, Aberdeen, 202 

Alexander, Edinburgh, 201 

Alexander, London, 206 

Alexander, N.S.W., 16 

Sir Jas. , London, 212 

Captain J. , Glasgow, 201 

Captain J. A., 14th Foot, 209 

John, Aberdeen, 201 

John, London, 206 

Thomas, Perth, 202 

Thomas D. , Liverpool, 207 

Thomas S., W.S. , 203 

William, Edinburgh, 201 

William A., Glasgow, 207 

202, 65 
Andrew, of Clockmiln, 97 

of Nethertarvit, 21 
Angus, J., advocate, Aberdeen, 156 
Annand, Alexander, London, 206 
Annandale, Earl of, 1, 200 
Anstruther of that Ilk, 191 

of Airdine, 191 
Antiquaries, Society of, Scotland, 204 
Antrim (Antrum), Marquess of, 108 bis, 119, 

13°. J S8 
Antrobus of that Ilk, 175 

Arbuthnot (Aberbuthnet, Arbuthnet, Arbuth- 
nott) 

of Arbuthnotshaugh, 58 

of Catherlen, 58 

ofFiddes, 58 

of Findowrie, 58 

Alexander, 1 1 1 

David, Weymouth, 58 

Viscount of, 57 

Sir William, 58 

. . . , Montrose, 58 
Archer, Captain J. Lawrence, 106 
Archibald of Blackhall, 19 

William, 19 
Areskine, see Erskine 
Argyle, Earl of, 116, 124 

Episcopal See of, 61 
Arkley of Dunninauld, 40 
Armistead, George, M. P. , Dundee, 36 
Armstrong of Whittock, 188 



Armstrong, Francis, son to Parknowe, 89 
Arnot (Arnott) 

of Arlary, 30 

of Balcormo, 28 

of Eastrynd, 28 
Arrol, Archibald, Glasgow, 165 
Arrot,' Lieut. -Colonel William, 67 
Arthur of Leven Bank, 54 

James, M.D. , 48 

William Rae, Lord Provost of Glasgow, 30 
Aston, Lord, Baron of Forfar, 84 
Atcheson, see Aitchison 
Athole, Marquess of, 82, 181, 190 

1?./, 181, 190 ter 
Athole, Duke of, 15, 54, 81, 115, 155, 161, 

174, 181, 190 
Aubigny, 109 
Auchinleck of that Ilk, 5 
Auldjo, John, junior, 151 
Austin-Gourlay of Kincraig, 49, 76 
Austin, J2, 49 
Ayr, County of, 200 

Royal Burgh of, 26 
Ay ton (Aiton) 

of that Ilk, 61 

of Inschdairnie, 62 

of Kinaldy, 61 

of Kippo, 63 

Backie, see Baikie 

Badenoch, 146 ter 

Baikie (Backie) of Tankerness, 41 

Baillie (Bailzie) 

of Balmadieside, 181 

of Carnbroe, 217 

of Inshaugy, 181 

of Jerviswood, 217 

of Lamington, 38, 150, 174, 181, 182, 193, 
207 

of Manorhall, 217 

of Monckton, 182 

of Paignton, 182 

of Polkemmet, 163, 181, 182 

of Rosehall, 182 

of Wallstoun, 178 

Sir Ewan, Bart., 182 

James, 182 

William Robert, W.S., 139 
Bailzie, see Baillie 
Bain, see also Bayne 

J., of Crofthead, Lord Provost of Glasgow, 141 

John, Sheriff-Clerk of Berwick, 120 

Joseph, late of Morriston, 141 

Captain Michael, 141 
Baird of Auchmedden, 23, 2j, 186 

-Hay of Belton, 6, 113, 188 

of Closeburn, the Misses, 187 

of Craigton, 23 

of Elie, 186 

of Frankfield, 185 

of Knoydart, 187 

of Newbyth, 23 

of Saughtonhall, 23 bis 

ofStiehell, 186 

of Ury, 186 



INDEX 



231 



Balcarres, Earl of, 80, 172. 
Balcomie, 13 

Bald, John, Roxburgh, 118 
Balfour (Balfoure) 

-Stewart of Arbigland, 45, 82 

of Balbirnie, 41 

-Kinnear of Birstane, 17, 39 

of Burleigh, Lord, 39, 201 

of Denmiln, 49 

of Dunbog, 42 

of Fernie, 39 

of Forret, 49 

of Grange, 39 

-Hay, Paterson-, of Leys and Carpow, 49, 78, 
191 

of Pilrig, 42 

of Randerstoun, 49, 4g bis 

-Melville of Stratbkinness, 44, 59 

of Trenaby, 39 

George Edmund, Manchester, 43 

Captain John Adrian, U.S., 40 

John, 43 

John Lewis, Russia, 43 
Balfour, Lieut. -Colonel W. Stewart, 15, 43, 
83, 121 

39 bis 
Ballingall, H., Ardarroch, 187 

Balloch of Peathill, 87 

Balmanno, John, M.D. , Glasgow, 63 

Balnavis of Carnbadie, 104 

Balneavis, 108 

Balvaird, John, 152 

Banff, Royal Burgh of, 177 

Bank, Edinburgh and Glasgow, 25, 223 

National, of Scotland, 196 

of Scotland, 204 
Banking Company, North of Scotland, 205 
Bannatyne, Macleod-, of that Ilk, 26, 35 \ . 

of Corehouse, 61, 62 

of Kaimes, 34 

of Kellie, 34 

of Newhall, 63 
Bannerman of Elsick, 5 

Campbell-, of Hunton Court, 126, 188 
Barbour of Muldeig, 201 
Barclay of Balmakewan, 32 

of Buryhill, 28 

of Johnstoun, 32 

of Pearston, 32 

of Touch, 32 

of Urie, 67 

John, Gunnebo, Sweden, 33 

Sir Robert, K.C.B., H.E.I.C.S., 39 

-Allardyce, 28, 53, 85, 88 

34 bis 
Barham, 108 
Barns of Kirkhill, 39, 94 

John, Glasgow, 92 

-Graham of Craigallian, 25, 94 

94 
Baron of Preston, 30 

Barr, Martin, Worcester, 74 
Barrett, 8 

-Lennard, Sir T. , 8, 97 
Barry of Tollerton Hall, 5 
Bartholomew, R. , Glasgow, 105 



Barton (Bartane), Robert, writer, Edinburgh, 1 

Basken of Ord, 80 

Kis.sett of Tihiddy, 7, 79 

Bath, Earl of, 56 

Batten, Mrs. Chisholm-, 133 

Baxter of Kilmaron, 47 

of Kincaldrum, 47 
Bayne, see also Bain 

of Pitcairlie, 141 

of Tulloch, 141 

Alexander, Sheriff-Clerk of Fife 120 

John, 120 
Baynes of Harefield Place, 23 
Bazilie, John, one of H.M. Heralds, 185 
Beatson, see Betson 
Beattie, James, LL. D. , 184 

Richard Hudson, 99 
Beck, / 

Begg of Sunbury Place, 40 
Bell of Fortoun, 223 

of Provesthauch, 89 

Thomas, yr. of Rossie, 100 

Thomas, Ealing, 89 
Belsches (Belshes) 

of that Ilk, 189 

Hepburn-, of Invermay, 41*", 67*, 189 

of Tofts, 189 

-Wishart, 10, 190, 192 
Beresford-Drummond, Lieut. F. C. , 7, 109, 

135 

log 
Berry of Tay field, 64, 188 

of Westerbogy, 64 

Elizabeth (Petrie), 17 

Robert, 64 
Bertram of Nisbet, tj 
Berwick, County of, 9 
Bethune (Bethun) 

of Balfour, 39, 90 bis 

of Bandon, 39, 90 

of Blebo, 39, 90 

of Kilconquhar, 39, 90 

of Longhermiston, jr, ijg 

of Nethertarvit, 39, 101 

Grisel (heiress of Longhermiston), 39, 90 

go 
Betson of Contle, 199 

of Glassermont, 34 

of Kilrie, 34 
Beveridge-Duncan of Damside, 9, 35 

9 
Biggar (Bigger) 

of Woolmet, 11 

Wiliam, Edinburgh, n 
Binning of Carlowriehaugh, 14 

of Walliford, 14 
Bird, 65, 223 
Birnie of Broomhill, 91 

Alexander, advocate, 101 

Sir Andrew, advocate, 101 
Bisland of Auchintorlie, 99 
Bisset of Glenalbert, 9 

of Lessendrum, 9 

Fenwick-, of Lessenurum, 9, 108 

Aberdeen, 15 
Black of Craigmaddie, 206 



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AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Black, Charles Bertram, 203 

Gilbert, Aberdeen, 206 

John, Wigtown, 199 

Philip, Glasgow, 206 
Blackader, 39 
Blackie, John, Lord Provost of Glasgow, 97 

Robert, Glasgow, 97 
Blackwood, Robert, Edinburgh, 199 
Blain, see Blane 
Blair of Balmyll, 28 

of Balthayock, 28 

Hunter-, of Blairquhan, 31, 44, in, 208 

Hunter-, of Dunskey, 44, 45, 208 

of Inchira, 28 

of Lethintie, 41 

of Milgerholme, 208 

of Overdurdie, 28 

Alexander, 62 

Alexander, France, 28 

Thomas, Surrey, 30 

208 bis 
Blane of Blanefield, 98 
Blewitt, 36, 206 
Blyth (or Fleming), Mrs. C. M., of Clayquhat, 

99 
Blythswood, Lord, 227 bis 
Bogle of Daldowie, 36 

of Hamilton's Farm, 49 

Andrew, 49 
Bolton of Carbrook, 79 
Bonar of Kimmerghame, 199 

Thomas, Kent, 199 
Bonnar, . . ., M. D. , 201 

Bontein (Bountine), see also Bunten, Buntine, 
Bunting 

of Balgless, 1 1 

of Bontinehall, 28 

of Kilbride, 23 
Borlace- Warren of Little Marlow, 15, 25 
Borlands, Thomas, 8 
Borron, William Geddes, Ardrossan, 25 
Borthwick of Crookston, 57 

of Gordonshall, 134 

of Heartsyde, 55 

of Mayshiel, 148 

of Moorhouse, 55 

of Stow, 57 

Alexander (brother to Mayshiel), 148 

James, Bombay, 55 

Lord, 55 

Rev. R. Brown-, 47 
Bos well (Boswall) 

of Auchinleck, 5, 98, 158 

of Balmuto, 96, 173 

of Blackadder, 99 

of Dowen, 96, 172 

of Glassmont, 96, 160 

Robert, Lyon Depute, 13, 98, 158, 201 
Bountine, sec Bontein 
Bouverie-Campbell of Dunoon, n, 108, 125 

108 
Bower of Kinnettles, 24 

-St. Clair, Alexander, 24, 62 
Bowie, Mr. P. Macdonald-, Minister at the 

Hague, 108, 118, 130, 167 
Bowman of Ashenyards, 36 



Bowman, John, 36 
Boyd of Maxpoffle, 90 

of Pinkell, 85 

of Pitcon, 80 

of Townend, 90 

of Trochreg, 89 

David, Edinburgh, 89 

John, Edinburgh, 89 

Captain J. W. , 90 

Lieut. -General Sir R. , 90 
Boyes, Charles Crofton, New Zealand, 210 
Boyle of Kelburne, 22 bis, j6, yj, 152 
Bragge of Netherauquhask, 8 
Brand of Baberton, 17 

Sir Thomas, 19, 127, 195 

Brander of Pitgaveny, 25 

Dame Mary Dunbar-, of Pitgaveny, 25, 71, 
169 
Breadalbane, Earl of, 84, 116, 125 
Brebner, 94 

Brechin, Lordship of, 194 
Brice (or Bruce), Captain E. , 200 
Bridge, Alexander, Kingsbarns, 24 
Brisbane of Brisbane, 37 

of Milton, 37 

John, Judge Advocate, R. N., 37 

Matthew, M.D. , 37 

Major-Gen. Sir Thomas, K.C.B. , 37 
Brisben of Bishopston, 37 
Brodie of that Ilk, 28 

of Idvies, 44 

of Leithen, 41 

of Mayne, 41 

of Mylntoun, 41 

of Rosthorn, 41 

of Spynie, 41 

Captain David, 41 
Broun of Johnstounburn, 89 
Brown (Browne), see also Broun 

of Ashley, 51 

Dennistoun-, of Balloch Castle, 186 

of Blackburn, 71 

of Bonnytown, 49 

of Colston, 34 

of Dolphinton, 36 

of Eccles, 108, 161, 214, 218 

of Ellieston, 48 

-Morison of Finderlie, 36, 36, 88 

of Gorgie Milne, 89 

of Hingingsyde, 32 

of Horton Place, Surrey, 33 

of Long Itchington, 48 

of Newhall, 48 

of Waterhaughs, 49, 127 

Forsyth-, of Whitsome-Newton, 45, 49 

-Douglas, F. , Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 54 

Sir George, G.C. B. , 48 

George, Dundee, 32 

John, Copenhagen, no 

M'Kerrell-, J. A., C.A. , Edinburgh, 47, 96 

Rev. Richard, Bute, 48 

-Borthwick, Rev. R. , 47 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 32 

William, Dantzig, 46 
Browne, see Brown 



INDEX 



233 



Bruce of Balcaskie, 200 

-Dundas of Blair, 74, 167, 201 

of Garvell, 200 

of Grangehill, 200 

Hamilton-Tyndall-, of Grangehill and Falk- 
land, 68, 88, 201 

of Mowanes, 159, 201 

of Newton, 199 

of Pensacola, 199 

of Pittarthie, 207 

(Humming-, of Roseisle, 121, 201 

of Stenhouse, 200 

of St. Germains, 200 

of Wester Abten, 200 

of Westerkinloch, 199 

(or Brice) Captain Edward, 200 

Michael, 200 

Major William, son of Urie, 211 

William, surgeon, 200 
Bryce, see also Brice 

of Bowton, 206 
Brydone of Lennel House, 145 

Brymer of Westerton, 92 
Bryson of Craigton, 205 
Buccleuch, Anna, Duchess of, 16 

Duke of, 186 
Buchan, of Auchmacoy, 56, 117, 145 

Fordyce-, of Kelloe, 71, 120 

-Hepburn of Smeaton, 1, 40, 145 

Earl of, 13, 121, 184 

Colonel John, 119 

John, advocate, 135 

Robert, Edinburgh, 43 
Buchanan (Buchannan) 

of Achleshie, 37, 172 

of Arden, 170 

of Ardenconnel, 165 

of Ardoch, 170 

Fergusson-, of Auchentorlie, 25, 165 

of that Ilk, 170 

of Drumhead, 170 

of Drummakill, 170 

of Drumpellier, 50, 171, 172 

Gray-, of Scotstoun, 165, 172 

of Shandon, 171 

of Sound, 170 

Captain Alexander, 170 

John, Glasgow, 171 

John, surgeon, Stirling, 21 

John, Whitby, 165, 171 

Patrick, of . . ., 50, 170 

Peter [alias Whannel), 165 

Cross-, William, C. E. , 172, 195 
Budge of Toftingall, 156, 757 
Buller, 63 

Bulloch, Archibald, Glasgow, 43 
Bunten of Dunalastair, 227 
Buntine, // 
Bunting of Ardoch, n 
Burn of Coldoch, 58 

Edward, Lisbon, 215 
Burnes, James, H.E. I.C.S. , 211 

James, K.H., 17 
Burns of Bloomhill, 43 
of Wemyss House, 215 



Burness, James, London, 103 
Burnet, see also Burnett 

of Barnes, 154 

of Craigmyle, 120, 154 

of Daleladies, 154 

of Innerleith, 154 

of Shetchocksley, 79 

of Warriston, 154, lyy 

Alexander, Aberdeen, 5 

Alexander, Archbishop of Glasgow, 67 

Robert, W.S., 154 

Robert, Procurator Fiscal, Aberdeen, 23 

Thomas, H. M. Physician in Ordinary, 154 
Burnett of Leys, 154 bis 

George, Lyon Depute, 120, 154 

George, Lyon King of Arms, 120, 154 
Burntisland, Lord, 158, 160 
Burrow, Edward, Port Glasgow, 89 
Burt-Marshall of Luncarty, 209 
Burton - Mackenzie of Kilcoy, 13, 55, 69, 

121 
Butler of Kirkland, 104 
Butter of Gormack, 61 

William, M.D., 63 
Byres of Tonley, 33 

Cahun, see Colquhoun 
Cairncross of Balmashanner, 138 

of Cumsley, 136 
Cairns of Pilmure, 177 
Calder of Lyniger, 140 

of Southwick, 140 
Calderwood of Pitteddie, 223 

of Polton, 210 

-Durham of Largo, 57, 182, 210 

Alexander, Dalkeith, 223 
Caldwell, Lieut. -Colonel, H.E.I.C.S., 192 
Caledonia, Colony of, 209 

Callender of Craigforth, 14 ter, 122, 128, 140 
bis, 155 bis 

Earl of, 14, 121 

John, Kincardine, 14 

14 bis 
Cameron of Fassifern, 6 bis 

of Lakefield, 5 

of Lochiel, 5 

Hugh Innes, Dingwall, 6 

7 
Campbell, of Aberuchill, 82, 83, 116, 117, 123 

124 
Goodlatt-, of Achlyne, 82, 108, 124 
of Ardchattan, 117, 125, 141 
of Ardentinny, 128 
of Ardkinlass, 128 

-M'lver of Asknish, 68, 115, 126, 129 
M'lver-, of Asknish, 10, 68, 115, 116, 126, 

129 bis 
of Auchavilling, 128 
of Auchmannoch, 127 
of Avisyard, 127 
of Balgairsha, 127 
of Ballochyle, 78, 125 
-Hooke of Bangeston, 63, 117, 126, 141 
of Barbreck, 26, 125, 218 
of Barcaldine, 82 bis, 83, 116, 117, 124, 

125 bis, 127 



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AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Campbell of Blythswood, 116, 117, 124, 125, 

126 
of Calder, 97, 108, 117 bis, 126 fa's, 141 
of Cam mo, 124 
of Carrick, 128 
of Catrine, 127 
of Cesnock, 126 bis 
ofClathick, 128 
of Colgrain, 123 
of Craigie, 80, 125, 135 
Deans-, of Culraith, 66, 123 
-Douglas of Douglas Support, 88, 117, 126, 

150 
Bouverie-, of Dunoon, 11, 108, 125 
of Dunstaffnage, 26, 84 bis, 126, 133, 134 
of Ellerslie, 125, 168 
of Finab, 83, 116, 125 
of Gargunnock, 127 

of Gatcombe, Isle of Wight, 117, 125, 141 
of Glassnock, 123 
of Glenfalloch, 83, 116, 124 
of Glenfeochan, 123 
of Glenlyon, 83, 116, 124 
of Glenurquhy, 83, 116, 124 
of Grandvale, Jamaica, 127 
of Hallyards, 26, 124, 212, 218 
-Miller-Morison of Hetland, 132 
-Bannerman of Hunton Court, 126, 188 
of Inellan, 128 
of Inverneil, 124 

-Swinton of Kimmerghanie, 37, 117, 126 
of Lawers, 127, 128 
of Lochdochart, 83, 116, 124, 161 
of Lochnell, 117 bis, 125, 128, 132, 133 
of Loudoun, 127 
of Lundy, ig, 127, 795 
Purves-Hume-, of Marchmont and Purves, 

62, 101, 126, 161, 182*, 193, 194 
of Monzie, 83, 116, 124 
-Orde of Morpeth, 126, 197 
John, of Moy, Sheriff Depute of Argyll, 97, 

117, 126, 141 
Colin, London, now of Moy, 97, 118, 124, 141 
of Netherplace, 127 
of Ottar, 127 
of Park, 123 
of Possil, 123 

Lamont-, of Possil, 125, 168 
of Shawfield and Skipness, 123J 
of Skerrington, 64, 124, 128, 144 
of Skipness, 128 
of Smiddygreen, 127 
of Stracathro, 123, 124 
of Succoth, 123, 125, 168 
of Tilliechewan, 124 
of Waterhauchs, 127 
Alexander (third son of Glenurquhy), 83, 116, 

124 
Sir Alexander, Bart., K.C.B., 85, 116, 125 
Lieut. -General Sir Alexander, Bart., 83, 116, 

125 
Captain Alexander, H.E. I.C.S. , 26, 83, 126, 

133 bis 
Alexander, Peru, 97, 103, 116, 125, 141 
Alexander, Port-Glasgow, 128 
Alexander, surgeon, Jamaica, 83, 116, 125 



Campbell, Alexander, M.D. , 83, 116, 124, 161 

Alexander (brother of Waterhauchs), 127 

Archibald, W.S., 97, 117, 126, 141 

Charles (third son to Barbieston), 127 

Charles, Ireland, 127 

Sir Colin, K.C.B., 84, 116, 124, 127 

Daniel, Ostend, 123 

Colonel David, H.E. I.C.S. , 127 

Duncan (eldest son of Monchaster), 83, 116, 
124 

Duncan, Bailie of Ila, 128 

Lieut. -Colonel Sir Guy, Bart., 82*, 116*, 125 

James, Blackerton, Devon, 124 

Colonel James, 123 

Captain John, 10, 68, 125 

Major-General John, 124 

Mungo, Grenada, 123 

Colonel Neil, 116, 125, 220 

Rev. Peter Colin, D.D. , Professor, Aberdeen, 
68, 115, 126, 129 

Principal, Aberdeen, 68, 116, 126, 129 

Robert, Sydney, 116, 125, 147 

Colonel William, 117, 125 

128 
Camperdown, Earl of, 10, 54, 198, 204 
Cant of Dryburnford, n 
Cardross, Lord, 12, 74, 84, 121, 183 
Carfrae, James Alston, C. E. , 5 
Carlyle of Limekilns, 65, 202 

of Ponsbourne Park, 65! 
Carmichael of Ballinblae, 79 

Earl of Hindford, 79 

-Smyth of Nutwood, 70, 79 

Gibson-, of Skirling, 79 bis, 97 bis, 153 bis 

John, Little Blackburn, 79 
Carnduff, David, 209 
Carnegy (Carnegie, Carnagie) 

of Ballindarg, 74 

of Craigo, 74 

of Finhaven, 75, 183 

of Kinfauns, 75, 107, 183 

of Newgate, 74 

John Allan, 74, 75 

Major-General Nicholas, 75 

William (eldest son of Leuchlands), 74 

75 
Carnwath, Earl of, 175 
Carre, Captain Riddell, 32, 40 
Carruthers of Howmains, 52 

of . . . , Steward Depute of Annandale, 52 

Mitchell-, W. , 52, 95 

-Wade, J.P., H.E. I.C.S., 52, 204 
Carse of Fordelcarse, 209 
Carson, Edward J., of Accarsane, 90 
Carstairs, James, eldest son of Kilconquhar, 34, 
201 

John, London, 46 
Carthew-Yorstoun of East Tinwald, 58 
Cassells, Charles C. H. , Edinburgh, 31 

W. Gibson, 30 
Cessford, lyj 
Chalmers of Kildonan, 80, 179 

of Larbert, 175 

of Waterside, 80, 179 

of Westburn, 175 

Sir Charles, 175 



INDEX 



235 



Chalmers, Sir David P., 175 

Major-General Sir J. M., K.C.B., 99 
John G. , Aberdeen, 175 

175 
Chambers of Glenormiston, 103 

Baron of Tartas, 175 

(? Chalmers) of Waterside, 80, 179 

Mr. Thomas, 167 
Chancellor (Chancellar), John, 163 
Chaplain, Alexander, W.S. , 101 
Charles, Rev. James, D. D. , Kirkcowan, 21 
Charteris of Amisfield, 79, 160 

of Hempsfield, 79 
Cha worth, 8 
Cheap, Thomas, 42 
Cheape of Rossie, 226 
Cheisly (Cheislie) 

of Dairy, 196 

of Kersewell, 34 
Chesham, -j-j 
Cheyne, George, M.D. , 11 

80 
Chiene of Esslemont, 12, 153 
Chinnery, 10, 33, 198, 20J 
Chinnery-Haldane, and Haldane-Chinnery, Rev. 

J. R. A., 10, 33, 198, 203 
Chisholm (Chisholme) 

of Chisholm, 133 

of Comer, 133 

Scott-, of Stirches, 17, 133 

Batten-, Mrs., 133 

Gooden-, J. C. , 133 

Mrs. Mary (or Gooden), 133 

William, writer, Edinburgh, 133 
Christie, see also Chrystie 

of Balbuchlie, 205 

of Bedlay, 207 

of Cowden, 205 

Mrs., of Cowden, 93 

of Craigton, 205 

of Durie, 205 

of Edale, 205 

of Riddry, 44, 158, 16-/, 205 

R, Aberdeen, 205 
Christison, John, W.S. , 49 

Robert, M.D., 36 
Christopher-Nisbet-Hamilton, Lady Mary, 218 
Chrystie-Miller, 66, 108, 215 

of Craigentinny, 66 bis, 107, 205 bis, 215 

20s 
Clark of Camphill, 95 

of Oakshawside, 95 

Towers-, of Wester Moffat, 90, 188 

Andrew, S.S.C. , 90 

David, Edinburgh, 93 

J. H., Lieut. R.N., 91 

John, M.D. , 180 

-Kennedy, Lieut. -Colonel A. K. , 38 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 90 
Clayhills of Innergourie, 21 
Cleland (Clealand) 

of that Ilk, 131 

of Faskine, 131 

-Henderson of Roke Manor, 132 bis, 193 bis 

Robert, Edinburgh, 131 

Major William, 131 



Cleland, Professor William, Barbadoes, 132 

Clephane of Carslogie, 150, 157, 162 
Clerk of Braleccan, 92 

-Rattray of Craighall, 64, 94, 95 

of Liston Shiels, 9./ 

of Mavisbank, 93 

of Pennicuik, 92, 93 
Clogstoun, Samuel Matthew, 18 
Cloth Manufactory at Newmills, 109 
Clouston, Peter, Lord Provost of Glasgow, 21 
Coats of Ferguslie, 141 

Archibald, Glasgow, 137 

Sir Peter, 141 

William, Glasgow, 137 
Cochran, see Cochrane 
Cochrane (Cochran) 

of Ashkirk, 30, 43 

of Balbarchan, 132 

of Balfour, 53, 67 

of Calder Glen, 53 

of Drumbreck, 53 

of Ochiltree, 28 

of Rocksoles, 132 

of Watersyde, 28 

Earl of Dundonald, 28 

William (second son of Drumbreck), 53 

Cockburn (Cockburne) 

of Langtoun, 56, 178 

of Ormiston, 86 

of Rowchester, 178, 191 

of Ryslaw, 148 

-Hood of Stoneridge, 68 

of Stonyflat, 215 

George (third son of Ormiston), 86 

James, Edinburgh, 195 
Cockerell of Sezincot, 135 

College of the Holy Spirit at Cumbrae 22, 76, 
196 

of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 175 
Collins of Kelvindale, 123 
Collison, Robert, H.M. Guard of Horse, 98 
Collow of Auchencheyne, 200 
Colonsay, Lord, 119, 130, 168 
Colquhoun (Cahun, Gahn) 

of Camstrodden, 197 

of Drumpelder, 197 

of Garscadden, 207 

of Kilmadorny, 197 

of Luss, 61 

Henry, 62 

John J. , 63 

W. , Glasgow, 201 

William J. H., Elstow Lodge, 198 
Colt, Robert, advocate, 136 
Colville of Blair, 66, 80 

Matthew, writer, Edinburgh, 66 

66 
Combs, H. J., London, 50 
Company of Scotland trading to Africa and the 

Indies, 204 
Comrie, Walter, D. D., 16 
Congalton (Congilton, Congiltone) 

of that Ilk, 9, 88 

David, Portioner of Dirleton, 9, 79 



2j6 



AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Conqueror of Friartoun, 121 
Constable of Everingham, 10, 68 

-Maxwell of Terregles, 10, 15, 68, 76, 151, 198 

-Maxwell-Stuart of Traquair, 10, 68, 76, 81, 
120, 151, 180, 182, 198 

Mr. John, 68 
Conti (or White), Mrs. Janet, 176 
Cook (Cooke) 

John, Pittenweem, 17 

John, W.S., 18 
Cooper, see also Couper 

of Failford, 20 ter, 45, 53 bis, 84 bis 

of Gogar, 41 

Sir Grey, 42 
Copland of Collieston, in, 181 bis 
Corbet of Hardgray, 195 

of Towcorse, 195 

Archibald C. , 153 
Cornwall of Bonhard, 101 
Corsar of Cairniehill, 35 
Corstorphine (Crostorphin), William, Portioner 

of Kingsbarns, 122 
Cosens-Weir of Bogangreen, 20, 88 

20 
Cothbert of Castlehill, see Cuthbert 
Coull of Ashgrove, 162 

Thomas, M.D. , 164 
Coult of Auldhame, 137 
Coulthard of Scotby, 226 
Coulthart of Coulthart, 87 
Couper, Robert, 49 
Courtenay, 220 
Coutts, Alexander, H.M. Usher, 9, 130, 138 

John, Provost of Montrose, 136 

Patrick, London, 137 
Cowan of Loganhouse, 200 

of Ross Hall, 210 

James, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 210 

J. B., M.D., 200 
Cowper of Balleny, 12 
Cox of Clement Park, 36 

of Clunie, 227 
Crabbie, John, Leith, 100 
Craig (Craigge) 

of Dalnair, 06 bis 

of Gearsay, 133 

-Laurie of Redcastle, 70, 205 

of Riccarton, 96 bis 

Gibson-, of Riccarton, 97, 153 

Robert Young, Glasgow, 101 

William Young, 99 

97 
Craigdaillie, Thomas, Perth, 195 

Craigie of Dumbarnie, 97, 185, 186 

of Glendoick, 186 

of Kilgraston, 185 
Craigmyle, 120 
Craik, John, Fraserburgh, 104 
Crammond, Captain, 15 
Cranstoun, Trotter-, of Dewar, 87, 88 

of Meckrie, 57 

Samuel, Governor of Road. Island, 57 
Craw of Easter Reston, 50 

of Netherbyre, 50 
Crawfurd, see Crawford 
Crawford (Crawfurd) 



Crawford of Ardmillan, 101 

of Auchinames, 80 bis, 138 bis 

of Cartsburn, 91, 101 

Macknight-, of Cartsburn, 77, 85 bis, 146 

of Cloverhill, 91 

of Crawfurdland, 80 

of Comlarg, 136 

of Doonside, 91 

of Easter Seton, 91 

of Jordanhill, 34, 80, 101 

of Kilbirnie, 34, 80, 91 

of Overton, 27, 92 

-Pollok of Pollok, 34, 80, 206 

of Possil, 85 

of Thornwood, 92 

D. , Captain, 83rd Foot, 92 

Earl of, 80, 161 

Hugh, W.S., 91 

James, Linlithgow, 91 

Captain James, 84 

John, 91 

Patrick George, 80, 138 

80 bis 
Crichton (Crichtone) 

of Easthill, 161 

of Ruthven, 161 

Alexander, 167 

John, heir-male of Crawfurdton, 167, 225 

William, London, 167 

ij8 bis 
Croall of Southfield, 49 
Crookshanks, John, London, 63 
Crosbie of Holm, 63 
Cross of East Bank and Ingliston, 225 

of Ingliston, 225 

Robert, Leith, 226 

-Buchanan, William, C.E. , 172, 195 

*95 
Crostorphin, see Corstorphine 
Cruickshank of Berrihill, 145 

of Kirkton of Kinkell, 143 

William, Banff, 195 
Cruikshank of Langley Park, 143 

George, Amsterdam, 145 
Crum of Thornliebank, 63 
Cullen of Parkhead, 151 

of Saughs, 151 
Cumbrae, College of the Holy Spirit at, 22, 76, 

196 
Gumming of Altyre, 120 

-Gordon of Altyre, 22, 120 

of Auchray, 24 

of Birness, 120 

of Burnthill, 109 

of Culter, 120 

of Logie, 51, 179 bis 

Gordon-, of Pitlurg, 143 

of Pitully, 33 

of Relugas, 112 

-Bruce of Roseisle, 121, 201 

George, 112 

Sir John, 25 

2J, 121 
Cunningham (Cuninghame, Cunninghame, Cun- 
nynghame, Cunyngham, Cunynghame) 

of Aikinbir, in, 223 



INDEX 



237 



Cunningham of Auchinharvie, 1 10 

of Balgownie, 13, in, 183 

of Balquhan, no 

of Bandalloch, 8j, in, 120, 148 

of Brighouse, in 

of Brighouse and Lainshaw, 1 1 1 

of Brownhill, no 

of Caprington, 91, 111 bis 

of Cayon, 85, m 

of Corsehill, no 

of Craigends (Craigend, Craigens), 82, in 
bis 

of Enterkine, no 

Earl of Glencairn, no 

of Lambrughtoune, no 

Miller-, of Leithen, 11 1 

of Livingston, in 

Dick-, of Prestonfield, 91, in 

-Fairlie of Robertland, 96, in, 121, 164 

Fairlie-, of Robertland, in, 164 

Adam, macer, no 

Alexander, C.S. , m, 223 

George, C.E. , in 

(or Laurie) Mrs. I. C, 106 

James, W.S. , no 

(alias Forrester) Mrs. Jean, 1 1 1 

John, Ayr, no 

Colonel R., no 

Thomas, Stockholm, in 
Curie, Robert, Glasgow, 31 
Cushney, Thomas, Aberdeen, 28 
Cuthbert (Cothbert) of Castlehill, 84 

of Rosshall, 92 

Alexander, Inverness, 95 

Charles Alfred, 98 

James, 98 

James, Australia, 107, 140 

John, Inverness, 84 

Dalgleish (Dauglish) 

of Keavil, 222 

Ogilvy-, of Mayfield, 58, 60, 157, 223 

of Scotscraig, 220 

of Westgrange, 222 

William, London, 222 
Dalhousie, Earl of, 36, 72, 73, 188 
Dallas, Major-Gen. Sir T., K.C.B., 87 
Dalmahoy of that Ilk, 215 

Dalrymple-Horn-Elphinstone of Logie Elphin- 
stone, 43, 153, 210 

of New Hailes, 25, 208 

of North Berwick, 210 

Hamilton-, of North Berwick, 56, 117, 210 

-Hay of Park, 78, 208 

of Stair, 37, 208 

Captain Hew Whitefoord, 210 

-Horn-Elphinston, James, 44, 153, 210 

William, 65, 208 

208 
Dalziel (Dalzell, Dalziell, Dalyell) 

of Binns, 14, 176 bis 

of Glenea, 176 

of Lingo, 176 

John, London, 176 
Danskine, James, Stirling, 122 
Darroch of Gourock, 212 



Dauglish, see Dalgleish 
Davidson (Davidsone) 
of Balgay, 100 
of Cantray, 100 
of Carnbrogie, 100 
of Curriehill, 100 
of Halltree, 100 
of Muirhouse, 46 
Deans-Campbell of Culraith, 65, 123 
of Longhermiston, 65 

Captain James, 65 
Deas, 184 

-Thomson of Norton, 108, 138, 184 
Dempster of Dunnichen, 218 

Hawkins-, of Dunnichen, 173, 218 

of Pitliver, 160, 218 

Mr. John, minister of Monifieth, 173, 218 
Denham (Denhame, Denholm) 

Stewart-, of Coltness, 36, 85 

of West Shiells, 35 
Denniston (Dennistoun) 

-Brown of Balloch Castle, 186 

of Colgrain, 9, 11 bis 

ofGolfhill, 106 

Richard, 11 

Robert, Trinidad, 11 
Derby, Earl of, 164 
De Valoniis, 18S bis 
Dewar of Lassodie, 54 

of Vogrie, 52 bis 

Captain George, 214 
Dick of Braid, 87 

of Pitkerro, 86 

of Prestonfield, 91 

-Cunyngham of Prestonfield, 91, in 
Dickson of Bughtrig, 180 

of Chatto, 5 

of Clockbriggs and Rescobie, 105 

of Hartree, 180 

of Huntlaw, 5 

of Sornbeg, 1 80 

of Westerbinning, 180 

of Woodville, 106 

J. Farquhar, 106 
Dingwall-Fordyce of Brucklay, 84, 140, 142 

-Fordyce of Culsh, 140, 142 

of Rannieston, 109 

140 bis 
Dinwiddie, Robert, N. America, 105 
Dirom of Crichie, 5, 72, 122, 141 
Dishington, /j 
Divvie, Patrick, Aberdeen, 91 
Dixon, W. Smith, of Govan Hill, 63 
Don of Newton, 97 

Lieut. -General George, 104 

Patrick, Kelso, 98 
Donald of Conheath, 75 
Donaldson of Auchmull, 77 

of Bannachra, 4, 77 

of Hilton, 77 

of Kinnairdie, 77 

Alexander, 76th Reg. , 77 

Colin, Middlesex, 77 

Robert, 118 

Robert, W.S., 77 

. . ., Brechin, 115 



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Donaldson M.D. , Paris, 118 

Dougal (Dougall) 

Kinnear-Stark-, of Scotscraig, 178 

George, 178 

J., Rickarton, 178 
Douglas (Douglass) 

of Bads, 148 

of Bridgeford, 84, 148, 158, 172, 192 

of Bruntwood, 149 

of Castle Douglas, 50 

of Cavers, 148 

of Cliftonhall, 53 

of Cruixton, 62, 149 

of that Ilk, 84, 158, 160, 193 

of Douglas Support, 89, 150 

Campbell-, of Douglas Support, 88, 117, 126, 

150 
of Earnslaw, 191 

of Friarshaw, 148 

of Garrallan, 148 

of Glenbervie, 126 

of Inchmarlo, 149, 192 

of Kelhead, 12, 149 bis 

of Kirkness, 149, 192 

of Lochleven, 192 

of Mains, 86, 88, 227 

of Morton, 54 

of Tilwhilly, 149, 177, 192 

of Whiteriggs, 62, 149 

Edward Bullock, 13, 149 

F. Brown-, Edinburgh, 54 

Rev. Henry, 192 

James, Marquess of, 84, 158, 160, 192 

J., Albany Herald, 87 

Lieut.-Col. James, 13, 149 

R. (son of Tillequhallie), 149, 177, 192 

Lieut.-Col. R. , C.B., 149 

R. , Musselburgh, 148 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 148 

83 bis, 84 bis, 149 ter, ij8 bis, 139 bis, 160, 
161 bis, 172, 192 ter, 193 
Dow of Ardenhall, 179 
Dreghorn of Ruchhill, 101 
Drever, David, Orkney, 49 
Drummond of Blair, 6 

of Carlowrie, 6 

of Colquhalzie, 6 

ofCromlix, 6, 7, 135 

of Cultimalindie, 6 

of Hawthornden, 6, 7, 142 bis 

Abercromby-, of Hawthornden, 170 

Abernethy-, of Hawthornden, 170 

Forbes-, of Hawthornden, 7, 142 

Walker-, of Hawthornden, 7, 189 

Williams-, of Hawthornden, 7, 158 

of Invermay, 6 

of Kildees, 7 

of Logiealmond, 6 

of Machanie, 7 

of Megginch, 105 bis 

of Pitkellanie, 7 

of Riccarton, 7, 158 

of Strageath, 7 

Alexander, Marchmont Herald, 7 

Mr. David, minister of Monedy, 7 

Beresford-, Lieut. F. C, 7, 109, 135 



Drummond, Gavin, 7 

George, Edinburgh, 7 
Lieut.-Gen. SirG., K.C.B., 105 

Colonel J., Gloucester, 105 

James, London, 105 

John (representative of Meedhope), 7 

Lawrence, 7 
7, 22 
Duddingston (Dudingstoune) of Sandfurd, 35 
Duff of Braco, 95, 93 

of Craigston, 93 

of Drummuir, 104 

of Keithmore, 95 

Wharton-, of Orton, 95, 160, 178 

Sir James, Consul at Cadiz, 104 

Captain N., R. N., 95 

Vice-Admiral Robert, 95 

Thomas, Richmond, 106 

William, third son of Craighead, 95 
Duguid of Auchinhuiff, 67 

Leslie-, of Balquhain and Auchinhove 
(Auchinhuiff), 68, 96 

of Cammachmore, 90 

-M'Combie of Cammachmore, 91, 164 

C. J. G., Aberdeen, 90 

M'Combie-, William, 100 
Dumbarton, Royal Burgh of, 77 
Dumfries, Earl of, 158, 225 
Dun, see also Dunn 

-Waters of Craigton, 204 

of Taartie, 218 

Charles, Aberdeen, 218 

John, Perth, 218 

218 
Dunbar (Dumbar) 

of Baldone, 168 

of Barmuckettie, 50 

of Boath, 71, 168 

of Durn, 71, 169 

of Grange, 71, 169 

of Hemprigs, 71, 169, 169 

of Hillhead, 168 

of Inchbrok, 71, 169 

of Leuchit, 165 

of Newton, 71, 169 

-Brander of Pitgaveny, 25, 71, 169 

of Westfield, 71, 169 

Lieut.-Col. Thomas, 163 

William, 71, 169 

169 
Duncan of Ardownie, 47 

Beveridge-, of Damside, 9, 35 

-Morison of Naughton, 10, 35, 198, 204, 209 

Morison-, of Naughton, 10, 35, 198, 204, 209 

of Parkhill, 35 

of Seaside, 35 

George, Comptroller of Taxes, 48 

John, Aberdeen, 35 
Duncanson, Major Robert, 29 
Dundas of Arniston, 167 

of Barton Court, 167 

of Beech wood, 167 

Bruce-, of Blair, 74, 167, 201 

of Breastmylne, 167 

of Craigton, 157 

of Duddingston, 157 



INDEX 



239 



Dundas of Fingask, 157, 167 

of Kincavel, 162 

of Manor, 157 

of Newhalls, 162 

of Philipstoun, 167 

Sir David, 162 

John, of . . ., 167 

137, 16S 
Dundee, Royal Burgh of, 195 
Dundonald, Earl of, 28, 31, 208 . 
Dunfermline, Earl of, 59, 96 

96 
Dunglass, Lord, 83, 159, 161 bis, 182, 192, 194 
Dunkell, Lord, 157 
Dunlop of Carmyle, 76 

of that Ilk, 76, 80, 159 

of Garnkirk, 76 

of Househill, 76 

of Rosebank, 76 
Dunmore of Kelvinside, 86, 121 
Dunmure, David, advocate, 121 
Dunn of Tonnochside, 218 
Dunsmure, Alexander, 121 

James, 121 

James, M.D. , 121 

Mrs. Jane, 121 
Durham (Durhame) 

of Ardownie, 98 

of Duntarvie, 102 

of Grange, 98 

of Largo, 53, 57, 194 

Calderwood-, of Largo, 57, 182, 210 

Adolphus, 58 

Grisel, Countess of Middleton, 92 

Rear-Admiral Sir P. C. H., 57, 182 
Durie of Grange, 32 

Captain George, 32 
Durno, James, Prussia, 8 
Duthy, John, Winchester, 92, 138, 171 
Du Vernet, 34 
Dwyer, 44, 138, 164, 203 
Dyce, J. Stirling, Banchory, 31 

Earl, Edward, 48 
Eccles of Kildonan, 128 

of Shannock, 128 
Eddington (Eddingtone) of Balbartan, 147 
Edgar of Keithock, 166 

John, 166 

Rev. J. Haythorne, 107 
Edie of Moneaght, 64 
Edinburgh, Company of Merchants in, 212 

Episcopal See of, /<?/, 199 

and Glasgow Bank, 25, 223 

Royal Burgh of, 25 

University of, 209 
Edmiston (Edmistone, Edmistoune), see also 
Edmonstone 

of Bellewen -Edmiston, 59 

of Ednam, 59 

or Edmonstone, of Newton, 59, 60, 215 

Elizabeth, 59 

60 
Edmonstone-Montgomerie, Hugh, London, 2, 
6o, no 

60 



Educational Institute of Scotland, 163 
Edward of Balruddery, 81 
of Farington Hall, 81 
of Longcroft, 80 
Eglinton (Eglingtone), Earl of, 2, no 

2 
Elder of Fairfield, 87 
Elgin, Earl of, 200 

Royal Burgh of, 196 
Elibank, Lord (Murray of Blackbarony), 36, 

108, 176 
Elliot (Eliot, Eliott, Elliott) 

of Binks (Swinsyde), 15 

of Borthwickbrae, 15 

of Erkletoun, 15 

of Lariston, 17 

of Peebles, 16 

of Stobs, 15 

of Stobs and Wells, 18 

of Wollie (Wolflee), 17 

Adam, 15 

Charles, Edinburgh, 20 

Sir Gilbert, 16 
Ellis (Ellies) of Elliston, 77 

of Sauchton Milnes, 218 

of Southside, 151 
Elphinstone (Elphingston, Elphingstone, Elph- 
ingstoune) 

of Airth, 31, 201 

of Calderhall, 28, 31 

of Glack, 41 

Dalrymple- Horn-, of Logie Elphinstone, 43, 
153, 210 

of Melyholme, 28 

Alexander, 43 

James, W. S. , 41 

J. Dalrymple-Horn-, 44, 153, 210 

Osborne-, Lady, 27, 31, 53, 113 

Lord, 7, 27, 28, 31, 53, 63, 113 

William, 41 

32, 43, 132, 210 
Erroll, Earl of, 77 bis 
Erskine (Areskine) 

of Alva, 12, 183 

of Balgownie, 12 

of Balhall, 153, 218 

Earl of Buchan, 13, 121 

of Dun, 183, 218 

of Linlathen, 13, 74, 183 

Knight-, of Pittodrie, 147, 184 bis, 188, 189, 
194 

ofSheefield, 184 

of Tinwall, 12, 102, 184 

of Torry, 184 

Charles, fourth son to Cardross, 13, 74, 183 

John, third son to Cardross, 13, 74, 183 

-Forbes, Major Henry, 67, 114, 169, 173 

Kennedy-, Hon. J. E. , 32, 183, 218 

Capt. I Patrick, third son to Kirkbuddo, 183, 218 

William, second son to Cardross, 13, 74, 183 

183 bis 
Ewart of Mallock, 227 ?iote 
Ewing, Orr-, of Ballikinrain, 30 

Orr-, of Levenfield, 30 

Alexander, Glasgow, n, 31 

William, London, 31 



240 



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Fair of Westwood, 1 

John, London, 1 
Fairbairn, Peter, Leeds, 43 

William, LL. D. , Manchester, 44 
Fairfax, Ramsay-, of Maxton, 3, 8, 24, 188 

of Ravenswood, 8 

Lieut. -Col. Henry, 39 

Thomas Edward, 8 
Fairfoul of Wester-Lathalland, igo 
Fairholm of Craigiehall, 1 

of Greenhill, 1, 132 
Fairlie of Braid, 159 

of Bruntsfield, 163 

of Holmes, 43 

-Cunninghame of Robertland, ill, 164 

Cunninghame-, of Robertland, 96, in, 121, 
164 

Robert Francis, Surrey, 31 
Fairne of Tarlogie, 216 
Falconer (Falconar) 

-Mackenzie of Allangrange, 79, 139 

of Balmakellie, 135 

of Newton, Lord President, 135 

of Phesdo, 135 

James John, London, 135 

John, London, 135 

Robert, London, 135 
Fall, Charles, Dundee, 87 

Falshaw, James, C. E. , Lord Provost of Edin- 
burgh, 33 
Farie of Farnie, 1 
Farquhar (Ferquhar) 

of Gillmylnscroft, 164 

of Monzie, 118, 130, 158, 223 

Alexander, bailie, Kintore, 164 

Walter, London, 164 
Farquharson (Ferquharson) 

of Houghton, 23, 159, 221 

of Invercauld, 118, 129, 159, 160 bis, 221 ter 

of Inverey, 142, 171 
Fennison, R., Edinburgh, 91 
Fenton-Livingstone of Westquarter, 14, 121 
Fenwick-Bisset of Lessendrum, 9, 108 
Ferguson (Fergusone), see also Fergusson 

of Craigdarroch, 162 

of Kilkerran, 25 bis, in, 172, 208 

of Kinnaird, 46 

of Pitfour, 24 

of Raith, 164 

David, minister of Strickmartine, 45 

Major James, 24 

James, London, 46 

Captain John, R. N. , 212 

William, London, 25 
Fergusson, see also Ferguson 

-Buchanan of Auchentorlie, 25, 165 

-Home of Bassendean, 22 

-Kennedy of Bennane, 31, no 

of Isle, 45, 167, 175 

of Kilkerran, 25 bis, in, 172, 208 

of Spittlehaugh, 162 

Gen. Sir James, 162 

-Pollok, William, Edinburgh, 25, 206 

Ferrier of Kintrockat, T52 
James, W.S., 152 



Fettes of Whamphray, 36 
Fife, Earl, 95, 160 
Findlater, Earl of, 62, 156 
Finlay (Findlay) 

of Easterhill, 43 

of Wallyford, 43 

David, 41 

Quentin, writer, Edinburgh, 41 

Robert, Stockholm, 42 
Finnie of Hillbrae, 57, 72 
Fisher of Newhall, 45 
Fithie, Henry, Arbroath, 57 
Fitzmaurice, 200 
Flahault, 177 
Fleming (Fleeming) 

of Borde, 35 

of Clayquhat, 40 

(or Blyth), Mrs. C. of Clayquhat, 99 

of Ferme, 27, 113 

Lieut.-Col. John, 27, 113 

Mrs. Marie, 27, 113 

27 ter, 52 
Fletcher of Aberlady, 65 

of Ballinshoe, 65 

of Dunans, 65 

of New Cranstoun, 63 

of Saltoun, 65 

Archibald, advocate, 65 
Flower, Sir Charles, Bart., 186 
Fogo of Row, 99 

Foote-Macdonald, G. G. , 4, 119, 167, 197 
Forbes of Alford, 46 

of Ardo, 67, 147 

of Auchreddy, 142, 147 

of Balfluig, 45, 47 

of Ballogie, 104, 108 

of Brux, 7, 176 

of Corss, 63 

of Craigievar, 67, igi 

of Culloden, 45 

of Echt, 89 

-Leith of Fyvie, 47, 64, 91, 108, 221 

-Drummond of Hawthomden, 142 

of Monymusk, 45, 47 

of Newe, 55, 113, 142 bis 

of Pitsligo, 10, 41, 47 bis, 67, 113, 114, 142, 
143, 189, 193 

of Pitsligo, Lord, 113, 142 

of Rires, 142, 160 

-Leslie of Rothie, 71, 90, 99 

of Rubislaw, 71 

of Savock, 142, 147 

of Tolquhane, 142, 147 

ofWaterton, 142, 147 

of Woodston, 58, 147 

Lord, 142 

David (cadet of Waterton), 58, 147 

Erskine-, Major H., 67, 114, 169, 173 

-Robertson, J., London, 51 

Lieut.-Col. John, 34, 176 

Captain, R.N.B. Dragoons, 46 

Patrick, 71 

Peter, 142 

Professor William, Glasgow, 142 

142 bis 
Ford, James, Montrose, 22 



INDEX 



241 



Fordyce of Ay ton, 71 

-Ruchan of Kelloe, 71, 120 

Dingwall-, of Brucklay, 84, 140, 142 

Dingwall-, of Culsh, 140, 142 

J., M.D. , London, 142 

T42 
Forfar, Earl of, 83, 149, 159, 161, 192 
Forrest of Auchenraith, 88 

of Comiston, 224 

William, Leschenault, W. Australia, 224 
Forrester of Carbeth, 99 

of Donovan, 152 

Alexander, 191 

Mr. Andrew, 28 

George, Dundee, 9 

(or Cunninghame) Mrs. Jean, n 1 

Forsyth of Tailzertoun, 29 

-Brown of Whitsome-Newton, 45, 49 
Fotheringhame (Fothringham) 

of Bandean, 5 

of Lawhill, 5 

of Powrie, 5 

Stewart-, of Powrie, 5, 84, 118, 157, 169 

5 

Foulis (Foules) 

of Ratho, 42 

of Ravelston, 98 

Major James, 154 

John, Edinburgh, 24 

So 
Fountain of Lochhill, Master of the Revels, 95 

James, one of the Masters of the Revels, 95 
Frank, Mr. John, Edinburgh, 208 
Fraser (Frazer) 

of Auchnagarne, 69, 112 

-Tytler of Balnain, 13, 69, 70, 96, 135 

of Belladrum, 69, 112 

of Brodland, 112, 159 

of Eskedell, 69, 112 

of Farraline, 12, 69 

of Findrack, 23, 55 bis, 60, 78, 144, 146, 225 

of Fingask, 69, 112 

-Turing of Foveran, 14 

of Fraserfield, 11261s, 159, 169, 172, 192 

of Hospitalfield, 55, 113, 169 

of Inverallochy, jj, 69, 60, 112 

of Kirkton, 112, 169 

of Leadclune, 12, 69 

of Lovat, 69, 113 

of Phoppachy, 112 

of Strichen, 70, 112 

of Struie, 69, 112 

of Tyrie, 112, 159 

Captain Alexander, R.N. , 70, 112 

Lieut. -Col. Augustus Simon, 69, 113 

Major Charles, H.E.I.C.S., 20, 69 

Henry, Herald Painter, 185 

Hugh, Secretary to Embassy at Rome, 20, 69 

Philip, Inverness, 69, 90 

William, H.E.I.C.S., 12, 69 

W. M., M.D., 20 

Lord, 112 

112, 11 J quinq. , 114 bis 
Frazer, see Fraser 
French of Baillieston, 33 



French, 22 

Fullerton (Fullarton, Fullertoune) 

of Craighall, 29 

of Dreghorn, 147 

of that Ilk, 147 1 

ofGreenhall, 147 

oi Kilmichael, 57 

of Rosemount, 137 

Fulton of Lochliboside, 96 

of Park of Inchinnan, 96 
Fyffe of Dron, 163 

Captain, R.N., 159 

GAHN, see Colquhoun 

Gailliez, Primrose, of Chorleywood, 3 

Gair, Alexander, Portioner of Nigg, 109 

Captain William, 109 
Galloway of Sandyhills, 162 

Episcopal See of, 100, 196 

*S& Z59 

Galythly, see Golightly, 163 
Gammell, see Gemmell 
Garden, see also Gardyne 

of that Ilk, 132 

of Troup, 134 

Mr. James, Balmerino, 132 

Mr. William, 132 
Gardiner, see Gardner 
Gardner (Gairdner, Gardiner) 

John, Edinburgh, 115 

Richard, Comptroller General of Customs, 115 

Robert, 114 

Robert, H.E.I.C.S., 114 

114 
Gardyne, see also Garden 

of Middleton, 52 

Captain John, 132, 173 
Garioch of Kinstair, 1 1 
Garroway of Netherfield, 31 
Gartshore (Garshore) 

of that Ilk, 201 

-Stirling of Craigbarnet, 20, ifj, 203 

ISO, 170, 203 
Garvine, George, writer, Irvine, 108 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 109 
Gavine, Alexander, Montrose, 217 
Ged of that Ilk, 109 
Geddes-Borron of Ardrossan, 25 

of Rachan, 77 
Gellatly of Lough ton, 175 

of Uplands, 175 
Gellie of Blackford, 3 
Gemmell (Gammell) of Drumtochty, 30 
Gerard of Rochsoles, 163 

Gibson-Maitland, Ramsay-, of Cliftonhall and 
Barnton, 34, 74, 153, 172 

-Wright, of Cliftonhall and Kersey, 34, 135 

of Durie, 153 

of Pentland, 153 

-Craig of Riccarton, 153 

-Carmichael of Skirling, 79 bis, 97 bis, 153 
bis 

153 

Gifford of Busta, 5 

Herbert J., C.E., 187 

R 



242 



AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Gifford, 6 

Gilchrist, Archibald, 216 

Professor John, London, 216 
Giles of Kailzie, 63 
Gill of Blairythan, 53 
Gillespie-Stainton of Biggarshiels, 213 

of Newton, 33 

Elizabeth, 212 

211 

Gillies, alias Macpherson, David, 104 

Maclaurin, Jamaica, 118 
Gillon of Wallhouse, 208 
Gilmour (Gilmor, Gilmoore) 

of Craigmillar, 33, 191 

Gordon-, of Craigmillar, 91, 145, 191, 208 

of Eaglesham, 44 

Little-, of Liberton and Craigmillar, 34, 145, 
208 

of South Walton, 44 

of Townsend, 28 
Gilroy, James, M.D. , 72 
Girvan of Achairnie, 197 
Gladstanes (Gladstains) 

of that Ilk, 136 

of Whitelaw, 136 

Halbert, Edinburgh, 136 

'36 

Gladstone, see Gladstanes 

Glas, see Glass 

Glasfurd, Lieut. -Col. C. L. Robertson, n 

Glasgow of Auchinraith, 222 

of Montgrennan, 220 

City of, 222 

Earl of, 22, 37, 59, 77, 80, 81, 89, 161, 207 

152 

Glass (Glas) 

of Sauchie, 109 

George, Rothesay Herald, 109 

John, surgeon, 20, 109 
Glassborow, Mrs. E. , 14 

194 
Glassford of Douglaston, 11 

John, Bo'ness, 11 
Gleg, Thomas, M.D., 174 
Glen, ijS bis 
Glencairn, Earl of, no 
Glendie, Mr. Jdhn, Dean of Cashell, 61 
Glenelg, Lord, 101 
Glennie, Charles A., Brazil, 176 
Gloag, Lake-, J. Austin, 14 bis, 37 
Goldie-Scot of Craigmuie, 21, 22, 32 
Golightly (Galythly), Thomas, Liverpool, 163 
Gooden-Chisholm, J. C. , 133 
Gooden or Chisholm, Mrs. Mary, 133 
Goodlatt-Campbell of Auchlyne, 82, 108, 124 

of Abbotshaugh, 108 
Gordon (Gordone) 

of Abergeldie, 60, 114, 144, 146 

of Achannasee, 89 

of Aikenhead, 143 

Cumming-, of Altyre, 22, 120 

of Ardmealie, 144, 183 

of Auchenreath, 144 

of Auchintoul, 179 

Hay-, of Avochie, 47, 55, 78 

of Badenscoth, 89, gi 



Gordon of Baldorny, 144, 165 

of Balmoor, 61, 94, 144, 164 

of Birkenburn, 89 

of Buthlay, 89 

of Cairnbulg, 143 

of Cairnfield, 191 

More-, of Charlton, 51 

of Cluny, 143 

M'Haffie- of Corsmalzie, 20 

-Gilmour of Craigmillar, 91, 145, 191, 208 

of Culvennan, 23 

of Dalpholly, 60, 114, 144, 146 

of Dingeuch, 1 1 

Lord, of Drumearn, 134 

of Earlston, 23 

of Edinglassie, 66 

of Farskank, 196 

of Gight, 179 

of Glastirim, 60, 112 

of Glenbucket, 204 

of Gordon, 1 20 

of Gordonbank, 46 

of Gordonstoun, 22, 60, 113, 144, 146, 181 

of Hallhead, 90, 144 

of Holm, " now of Craig," Dingwall Pursui- 
vant, 143 

of Invergordon, 60, 61, 114, 144, 144, 146, 
146 

of Knockaspack, 191 

of Lessmoir, 89 

of Letterfurie, 60, 114, 143, 146 

of Milrig, 46 

of Nethermuir, 143 

of Newark, 23 

of Newton, 136 

of Park, 130 

of Pitlurg, 143 

-Cumming of Pitlurg, 143 

of Rothiemay, 204 

of Rothney, 89 

-Oswald of Scotstoun, 144, 198, 204, 211 

of Shermis, 12 

of Telpersie, 157 

of Tetachie, 4 

of Troquhane, 12 

of Whiteley, 143 

Alexander, Tobago, 25 

Alexander, Glasgow, 143, 164 

Captain Alexander, R.E. , 61, 114, 144, 146 

Alexander, Aberdeen, 143 

Alexander, London, 143 

Arthur, Cadiz, 164 

Evans, Mrs. Frances E. V., 12 

Lieut. -Col. Hugh M. , 90 

H. Wolrige, barrister-at-law, 90 

James, Cadiz, 164 

James Peter, Xeres, 165 

Gillespie, James, 12 

John, Aberdeen, 60, 114, 143, 146 

John, Bailie of Banff, 24 

John (Braco), 143 

John Taylor, M.D. , 47, 144 

|ohn, S. Carolina, 61, 101, 114, 146 

J., M.D. (Pitlurg), 143 

Joseph, London, 33 

Robert, Demarara, 143 



INDEX 



243 



Gordon, Mr. Robert (second son of Gordon- 
stoun), 60, 113, 144, 146, 181 
Captain William Conway, 61, 114, 144, 146 
Lieut. -Col. Willoughby, 195, 214 

130, 143, 'It bis 
Gourlay of Kincraig, 75 

Austin-, of Kincraig, 49, 76 

James, Dantzig, 75 
Go van, Burgh of, 212 
Gow-Steuart of Little Colonsay, 104, 165 
Gower of Stittenham, 8 
Graden, Grace, heiress of Earnshaw, 42 
Graeme of Balgowan, 194 

Hamond-, of Holly Grove, 45, 196 

James, Solicitor-General, 196 
Graham (Grahame), see also Graeme 

of Airth, 54, 89 

of Airthrey Castle, 227 

of Brachnes, 190 

of Braco, 54, 196 

of Brooksby, 54 

of (Buchlyvie), 216 

of Burntshiels, 54 

Barns-, of Craigallian, 25, 94 

Maxtone-, of Cultoquhey, 36, 194 

of Dougalston, 151 

-Stirling of Duchray, 20, 200, 225 

of Duntroon, 193 

of Gartmore, 85 bis, 184 

of Garture, 54, 85 

ofGarvock, 193 

of Gorthie, 196 

of Grahamshall, 166 

of Inschbrackie, 225 

of Killern, 54, 196 

of Lymekilns, 25 

-Maxwell, of Marksworth, 54, 207, 208 

of Micklewood, 53 

of Monorgan, 193 

of Newark, 134 

ofOrchill, 134, 196 

of Potento, 193 

Alexander G. , Glasgow, 54 

Maxwell, Charles, 54, 207, 208 

Rev. Henry J., 16 

Captain, 37 

Colonel Henry, 54, 196 

Maxwell, J., 54, 207, 208 

James, Glasgow, 54 

James, Dunblane, 52 

John, Edinburgh, 148 

John, Largs, 54 

Mrs. Marie, 27, 113 

Robert, counsellor-at-law, 148 

Robert, London, tailor to His Majesty, 49 

2j, 54 ter, 11 j 
Grant of Auchernack, 179, 216 

of Badendalloch (Ballindalloch), 219, 133 

Macpherson-, of Ballindalloch, 107, 219 
Keir-, of Blackburn, 54, 63 

of Carron, 72 

of Corrimonie, 69 

of Dalvey, 69 

of Darlway, 133 

of Elchies, 165 

of Freuchie, 69 



Grant of Gartinbeg, 69 

of Glenlochy, 35 

of Leaston, 157 

of Lurg and Hilton, 165 

of Oakfield House, 140 

of Prestongrange, 69 

of Rothiemurchus, 70, 94, 130 

of Shewglie, 101, 132 

of Wester Elchies, 133 

Alexander, Jamaica, 3 

Captain Charles, C. B. , R. N., 165 

Hope-, Sir James, K.C.B. , 35 

Lewis, Adjutant, Chelsea College, 67 

Lieut. -Col. Sir Maxwell, K.C.B. , 69 

Sir Patrick, K.C.B., 70 
Granville, Earl of Bath, j6 
Gray, see also Grey 

of Barristoun, 159 

of Bellegerno, 168 

of Carntyne, 165 

of Carse, 168 

of Gray and Kinfauns, 169 

of Haystoune, 168 

-Buchanan of Scotstoun, 165, 172 

Alexander, Edinburgh, 168 

Dr. George, Calcutta, 168 

John Miller, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 
Edinburgh, 169 

William, Dingwall Pursuivant, 168 
Greenlees (Greenlies), Robert, M.D. , 109 
Green Rod, Usher of the, igj 
Greg, Robert Hyde, of Norcliffe Hall, 184, 

221 
Gregory (Gregorie) 

David, Dunkirk, 221 

Professor John, M.D. , 221 

221 
Greig, see also Greg 

of Ballingry, 131 

of Eccles, 131 

of Glencarse, 66 

of Lethangie, 131 
Grey, 105 
Grierson of Lag, 101 

of Milton Park, 102 

Andrew, one of H.M. Heralds, 220 
Grieve of Branxholm Park, 100 

Mackenzie-, F. J., R. N. , 100 

James Tamez, Moscow, 98 

Mackenzie-, J. A., R.A. , 101 

John, M.D. , 98 
Grimond, Joseph, 92 
Gron of Christiansund, ioj 
Grosett (Groset) 

James, Lisbon, 181 

181 
Gun-Munro of Braemore, 8, 135, 212 
Guthrie of Carsbank, 62, 120 

of Craigie, 62, 121 

of Guthrie, 120, 160 

of King Edward, 120, 160 

of Mount, 121, 160 

Harry, W.S. , 121, 160 

Lingard-, Rev. R. R. , 8, 62, 120 

Thomas, Forfar, 120, 171 
Gyll, Brooke Hamilton-, 27, 52, 55, 114 



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Haddington, Earl of, 48, 49, 88 bis, 217 
Hagart of Bantaskine, 22 bis, 219 
Haggerston of that Ilk, rj 
Haig of Bemersyde, 204 

William, 209 
Hairstones of Craigs, 34, 136 
Haldane (Hadden) 

-Oswald of Auchencruive, 10, 155, 204, 211 

of Gleneagles, 10, 198, 203 

of Lanerick, 10, 198, 203 

Alexander, barrister-at-law, 10, 198, 203 

D. Rutherford, M. D. , 10, 198, 203 

James Alexander, W.S., 10, 198, 203 

James, C.A. , 10, 198, 203 

Chinnery-, Rev. J. R. A., 10, 33, 198, 203 

-Chinnery, 10, 33, 198, 203 

10, ig8, 204 
Haliburton (Halyburton) 

of Eaglescairnie, 16 

of Muirhouselaw, 16 

of Newmains, 18 

of Pitcur, 20 

William, 16 

19 

Halkerston of Rathillet, 145 

Halkerstoune, Lord, 79 
Halket of Pitfirrane, 194 
Hall of Dunglass, 33 

George, London, 33 
Halliday, J. Delap, representative of Castledykes, 
217 

Henrietta, 217 

R. Douglas, of St. Croix, representative of 
Tullibole, 217 
Hamilton (Hamiltone) 

of Aikenhead, 152 

of Baldon, 56, 115, 150, 169 

of Bangor, 179 

of Bardowie, 48 

of Barganie, 56, 212 

of Barncluith, 151, 179 

of Barnes, 150 

-Ogilvy, Nisbet-, of Biel, 45, 74, 157, 168, 

• 218 

of Binning, 47 

of Blanterferm, 55 

of Bourtreehill, 109 

Stevenson-, of Braidwood, 39, 179 

of Cairns, 101 

of Colquhot, 55 

of Cubardie, 55 

of Daichmont, 150 

of Dalziel, 2 

-Nisbet, of Dirleton, 44, 218 

of Gilkercleugh, 56 

of Grange, 165 

-Tyndall-Bruce of Grangehill and Falkland, 
68, 88, 201 

of Haggs, 136 

of Inverdovat, 45, 58 

of Kilbrackmonth, 15, 56 

of Ladylands, 179 

of Little Ernock, 179 

of Littlepreston, 48 

of Minard, 56 

of Mount Hamilton, 55 



Hamilton, alias Inglis, of Murdiston, 32, 56, 
163 
of Neilsland, 55 
of Newton, 150, 179 

-Dalrymple of North Berwick, 56, 117, 210 
of Orbistoun, 2 
of Presmennan, 55 
of Preston, 55 
of Rosehall, 2, 179 
of Silvertonhill, 121 
of Sundrum, no 

-Starke of Troqueer Holm, 34, 176 
of Udstone, 151, 179 
of Westburn, 56 
of Westport, 56 
of Wishaw, 151 bis, 179 bis 
of Woodhall, 154 
Professor Alexander, M. D. , 179 
Archibald, heir of Westburn, 26 
Gyll, Brooke, 27, 52, 55, 114 
Burgh of, 56 

Claude H., Calcutta, 34, 150 
Charles E. , London, 78 
Duke of, 56, 116, 150 
Captain Frederick, 150 
Lieut. Frederick, 151 
Colonel George, 48 
Gilbert, Glasgow, 153 
James (descended of Semelston), 196 
James, Edinburgh, 179 
James, M.D. , London, 56 
Mr. John, Edinburgh, Sub-Dean of the Chapel 

Royal, 56, 212 
John, Tobago, 215 

Nisbet-, Lady Mary Cristopher, 39, 44, 218 
Captain Thomas, 176 
Thomas, M.D. , Edinburgh, 179 
William, advocate, 179 
Professor William, 9 
48, 74, 157, 218 
Hamond-Graeme of Holly Grove, Berks., 45, 196 
Handisyde, Captain James, 162 
Hannay of Mochrum, 147 
Harington-Stuart of Torrance, 10, 115 
Harper of Cambusnethan, 167 

John, LL.D., Edinburgh, 88 
Hart of Baltully, 53 
Archibald, 151 

John, now Paterson, London, 190 
Harvey, Sir George, P., R.S.A. , 15 
Hathorn of Castlewigg, 30 

of Overairies, 31, 82 
Hawkins-Dempster of Dunnichen, 173, 218 
Hay of Alderston, 6, 113 

-Gordon, of Avochie, 47, 55, 78 

of Balhousie, 77 

of Belton, 6, 113 

Baird-, of Belton, 6, 113, 188 

of Cardeny, 86 

of Craignethan, 6, 112, 141 

-Mackenzie of Cromartie, 140, 155, 178, 184 

of Earnehill, 77 

of Faichfield, 34, 78 

of Haystoun, 6, 114 

of Letham, 78 

of Leys, 49, 78 



INDEX 



245 



Hay, Paterson- Balfour-, of Leys and Carpow, 
49, 78, 191 

of Linplum, 6, 112, 113 

of Lochloy, 78 

of Mordington, 6, 55 bis, 78 bis 

of Muntone, 78 

of Newhall, 57 

-Newton of Newton, 6, 112, 113, 164 

of Paris, 135 

Dalrymple, of Park, 78, 208 

of Pitfour, 78 

of Rannas, 55, 78 

of Seggieden, 134, 188 

of Smithfield, 6, 112 

of Strowie, 78 

of Woodcockdale, 86 

Charles, Edinburgh, 178 

Sir David, M.D., 78 

Captain E. W. Auriol, Lyon Clerk, 8, 78, 
136, 225 

George, Konigsberg, 78 

Henry, Leith, 78 

James, W.S., 86 

Sir John, afterwards nth Earl of Erroll, 77 

John, writer, Edinburgh, 29 

John, London, 78 

Robert W., 8, 78, 136, 225 

Robert, W.S., 78 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 98 

William, Edinburgh, 6, 112 

6 ter, 78 bis, 113 ter 
Heard, James, Manchester, 151 
Heathcote, 194 
Hedderwick of Pitcullo, 157 
Heigine of Craigforth, 204 
Henderson of Eildon Hall, 186 

of Fordell, 188 

Cleland-, of Roke Manor, 132 bis, 193 bis 

of St. Laurence, 185 

of Williamfield, 14, 194 

Mercer-, Hon. Hew A. D. H. H. D., 10, 55, 
103, 188, 198, 204 

Robert, Randalls Park, 193 

Thomas, Glasgow, 192 

William, Aberdeen, 193 

Mrs. William, 14, 194 

-Durham, Rear-Admiral Sir P. C, 57, 182 
Henry VII., King, 164 
Hepburn of Blackcastle, 40 

-Murray of Blackcastle, 41*, 67*, 189 

of Clerkington, 40 

of Humbie, 40, 154 

-Belsches of Invermay, 41*, 67*, 189 

of Keith, 47 

Buchan-, of Smeaton, 1, 40, 145 

George, M.D., 40 
Herbertson of Brachnie, 19 
Heriot of Ramornie, 98 
Heron of that Ilk, 174 

Maxwell-, of Heron, 174 
Herries, Robert, Rotterdam, 57 

William, Brussels, 151 

/jf bis 
Hervey of Broadley, 15 
Heugh, John, London, 90 
Heys, John, 88 



Higgenbotham, S. , Glasgow, 196 
Hill of Lambhill, 151 

of Merrylee, 152 

J. M., Edinburgh and Bengal, 151 

Joseph, London, 152 
Hillary, Sir William, Bart., 109 
Hindford, Earl of, 79 
Hinshaw, William, 167 
Hinshelwood, Archibald, Halifax, 18 
Hislop (Hyslop) 

-Maxwell of Glengaber, 198, 216 

Archibald, Edinburgh, 215 

Lieut. -Gen. Sir Thomas, 216 
Hog of Bliridryn, 143 

of Bogend, 143 

of Cammo, 57 

of Newliston, 143 
Hogg, William, Edinburgh, 191 
Holburne of Menstrie, 92, 182 
Holy Spirit, College of the, at Cumbrae, 22, 76, 

196 
Home (Hume) 

of Auchindolly, 106 

Fergusson-, of Bassendean, 22 

of Blackadder, 39, 174 

of Carsrigg, 39, 174 

of Harries, 174 

of Karnes, 152, 174, 190*, 194 

of Kimmerghame, 62, 174, 192 

-Campbell, Purves-, of Marchmontand Purves, 
62, 101, 126, 161, 182*, 193, 194 

of Ninewells, 173 

of Polwarth, 62, 193 

of Renton, 152, 161, 190, 194 

of Westrestoun, 174, 195 

of Whitfield, 138, 174, 194 

Earl of, 83, 159, 161 bis, 182, 192, 194 

Everard, London, 166 

161 
Honeyman of Gremsay, 9 
Hood of Rosedale, 21, 68 

-Mackenzie of Seaforth, 114 

of Stoneridge, 68 

Cockburn-, of Stoneridge, 68 
Hooke, Campbell-, of Bangeston, 63, 117, 126, 

141 
Hope of Craighall, 33 

-Weir (Vere) of Craigiehall, 1, 2, 47, 96 bis 

of Granton, 45 bis 

of Hopetoun, 45 

of Kerse, 45 

of Luffness, 47, 83, 159, i6r, 192 

of Rankeillor, 33 

Oliver, 46 
Hopetoun, Earl of, 45 
Hopkirk of Dalbeath, 79, 205 
Horn-Elphinstone, Dalrymple-, of Logie Elphin- 
stone, 153, 210 

-Elphinstone, J. Dalrymple-, 44, 153, 210 

Robert, advocate, 90 
Home of Westerhall, 86, 152 
Hoseason, Thomas, Madras, 3, 211 

William, Jamaica, 3 bis, 211 
Houldsworth of Cranstonhill, 224 

of Gonaldston, 224 

John Muir, Glasgow, 224 



246 



AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Houldsworth, Joseph Henry, Glasgow, 224 

William, Glasgow, 224 

William Thomas, Glasgow, 224 
Houston of Calderhall, 36 

of Johnstone, 36 
Howard, 14 
Howat, Kirkpatrick-, of Mabie, 206 

Kirkpatrick-, j6 

David G. , Glasgow, 187 
Howatson of Dornal, 52 
Howison of Holmfoot, 148 
Hozier, James, advocate, 40 
Hughan of Airds, 99 
Hume, see Home 
Hunter of Barjarg, 57 

-Blair of Blairquhan, 31, 44, in, 208 

of Burnside, 149 

-Marshall of Callender, 152, 203 

-Blair of Dunskey, 44, 45, 208 

of Glencarse, 122 

of Hunterston, 72, 152 

-Weston of Hunterston, 75, 153 

of Restennet, 122 

of St. Lucar, 122 

of Thurston, 153 

Alexander J. , Manchester, 106 

Andrew Galloway, 106 

Andrew Alexander, 44 

Major Charles Fleeming, 122 

David, 29 

David, Calcutta, 72 

James, Greenock, 153 

John, Ayr, 56 

William Francis, 44 
Huntly, Marquess of, 60, 114, 143, 146 

59 < JI 4, '44 < 14b 
Hutchison of Carlowrie, 4 

of Rockend, 79 

James T. , Leith, 4 

William Alexander, Leith, 4 
Hutton, Dr. John, 166 
Hyslop, see Hislop 

IMBRIE of Crubie, 8 
Inglis of Broomhill, 163 

of Cramond, 162 

of Glencorse, 163 

of Mainer and Mainerhead, 162 

of Milton-Bryan, 163 

alias Hamilton of Murdiston, 32, 56, 163 

of Murdiston, 163 

Hugh, 163 

John, advocate, 162 

John, Newton Leys, 163 

Captain Steuart B. , 163 

Sir William, K.C.B., 163 
Ingram, Archibald, Provost of Glasgow, 97 
Innes of Balvenie, 180 

of Blairtoun, 86, 181 

of Cathlaw, 216 

of Dunkinty, 30 

of Edengight, 180 

of that Ilk, 180 

of Learney, 57, 94 

of Lighnet, 115 

of Lochalsh, 54, 99, 180 



Innes, Mitchell-, of Parsons Green, 103, 180 
of Thurster, 180 
of Towie, 225 

George, writer, Edinburgh, 29 
G., Parson of Balhelvie, 86 
James, Advocate-General, Jamaica, 57 
James, London (Giffordvale), 180 
James, Chelsea, 180, 219 
James, writer, Edinburgh, 67 
Robert, writer, Edinburgh, 219 
R. , Minister of Gamrie, 86 
Thomas, 86 

32 
Inverarity of Rosemount, 48 
Irvine (Irving, Irwine) 

of Ardtamford, 24 

of Auchinbedridge, 152 

of Beildside, 4 

of Bonshaw, 154 

of Burleigh, 57 

of Cairnfield, 24, 59* 

of Castlefartagh, 86 

of Drum, 24 

of Fedderet, 24 

of Inchray, 29 

of Kinconsie, 24, 72 

of Lairnie, 24 

of Lenturk, 24 

of Murthill, 4 

of Newton, 99 

of Woodhouse, 154 

Alexander, Lieut. 1st Foot Guards, 24 

Cristopher, M.D. , 154 

J. B. , Beckington Lodge, 154 

James Henry, Dublin, 24 

John, Gottenberg, 24 
Iverach of Wideford, 17, 68, 117*, 126, 130 

J affray, see also Jeffrey 
of Dilspro, 189 
of Kingswells, 189 
Thomas, writer, Edinburgh, 97, 189 
Jamieson of Croy, 87 

Michael J., Glasgow, 87 

Robert J. , 87 
Jardine of Applegirth, 199 

of Castlemilk, 187 

George, Edinburgh, 210 

Henry, W.S. , 199 
Jarvie, John, Singapore, 43 
Jedburgh, Lord, 39 

Royal Burgh of, 152 
Jeffrey, David, Edinburgh, 189 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 189 
Joass of Collinwort, 211 
Johns, John, Glasgow, 21, 181 
Johnston (Johnstone, Johnson) 

of Caskieben, 12, 200 

of Clothrie (Clauchrie), 206, 206 

of Falford Hall, 206 

of Gallowbank, 206 

of Gormuck, 199 

of Hilton, 199 

of Lathrisk, 199 

of Netherwood, 206 

of Pitkeirie, 199 



INDEX 



247 



Johnston of Polton, 199 

of Wardmilns, 206 

of Wroxel, 199 

Lieut. -Col. F. , 199 

James, 199 

Major James, 61st Regiment, 202 

Major John, 206 

Thomas B. , Edinburgh, 187 

200 
Jolly, Mr. Edward, 3 
Jopp of Cotton, 120 
Jossey of West Panes, 86 

John, Edinburgh, 86 
Justice of Easter Crichton, 218 

Karr, see Ker 

Kay, Alexander, Glasgow, 93 
Keir, Calcutta, 63 

-Mackintosh of Dalmigavie, 63, 129, 133, 172 

63 
Keirie of Gogar, 86 
Keith of Arthurhouse, 199 

of Auquhorsk, 52 

of Craig, 53 

of Keith Hall, 52 

of Ludquharne, 63 

of Ravelston, 53, 115 

of Tilligonie, 104 

Alexander, Montrose, 1 

Earl Marischal, 52 

George, Ostend, 149 

Robert, 53, 108 

33 ter, 180 
Kellie, Earl of, 13, 69, 183 bis 

-M'Callum, G., W.S., 209 

Miss M. A., 199 

209 
Kelvin, Lord, 138 
Kempt, Major-Gen. James, 56, 131 
Kenan, James, Dumfries, 21 
Kennedy {Kennedie) 

of Auchtyfardel, 42 

Fergusson-, of Bennane, 31, no 

of Clowburn, 32, 96, no 

of Girvanmains, 50 

of Kirkhill, 31, no 

of Kirkmichael, 29 

of Lahan, 31, 159 

of Underwood, 43 

Lieut. -Col. A. K. C, 38 

-Erskine, Hon. J. E. , 32, 183, 218 
Ker (Kerr, Karr) 

of Boughtrig, 40 

of Cavers, 40 

of Chatto, 47 

Scott-, of Chatto, 19, 49 

of Gallowhill, 41 

of Greenhead, 47 

of Knock, 45 

of Little Dean, 41, 67 

of Moriston, 41, 67 

of Sunderland Hall, 40, 41 

Andrew, Linlithgow, 50 

-Pearse, Rev. B. K. W. , 40, 216 

Col. James, H.E.L.C.S., 48 

John, Glasgow, 40 



Ker, Mrs. Margaret, 39 

William, Northampton, 48 

jo 
Kibble of Whiteford, 5 
Kidston, Archibald Glen, Glasgow, 197 
Kierzkowski-Steuart, C. F. de, 83, 172 
Kilmarnock, Earl of, 80 
Kilsyth, Viscount, 121 
Kincaid of that Ilk, 92 

-Lennox of Woodhead and that Ilk, 92, 203 

Alexander, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 48 

Thomas, apothecary, Edinburgh, 101 
King of Campsie, 100 

of Lessmurdie, 100 

of Newmiln, 100 

Rev. S. W. , 100 

Rev. W. H., 100 
Kinloch of Aberbothrie, 132 

of Gilmerton, 89, 133 

of Gourdie, 45 

of Killrie, 46 

of that Ilk, 8, 27, 36, 108, 133, 208, 214 
Kinnaird (Kynnaird) 

of Inchture, 181, 205 

Lord, of Inchture, 93, 205 

205 
Kinnear (Kinneir) 

Balfour-, of Birstane, 17, 39 

of that Ilk, 17 

George, Edinburgh, 17, 114 
Kinnoull, Earl of, 7 bis, 78 ter, 135, 136, 224 ter 
Kintore, Earl of, 32, 53, 211 
Kippen, William, Glasgow, 198 
Kirkaldy of Grange, 35 

of . . . , 35 

of Inchture, 181 

Royal Burgh of, 1, 196 
Kirke, James, Edinburgh, 210 
Kirkpatrick of Allanshaw, 211 

of Closeburn, 199 

of Culloch, 206 

-Howat of Mabie, 206 

30 
Kirkwall, Royal Burgh of, 107 

Knight of Jordanston, 122 

of Oldtowncorsby, 98 

-Erskine of Pittodrie, 147, 184 bis, 188, 189, 
194 

j8g 
Knox, Thomas, Ireland, 79 
Kyd of Craigie, 223 

of Woodhall, 223 
Kynnaird, see Kinnaird 

Lade, William Carswell, Glasgow, 37 
Laidlay of Seacliff, 58 
Laing of Rothisholm, 11 

James, Portioner of Morisland, 185 

-Wier, John, 98, 192 
Laird of Glenhuntly, 30 
Lake, 14, /./, 37 
Lake-Gloag, J. Austin, 14 bis, 37 
Lamb, Robert, Dundee, 153 
Lamington, Lord, 38, 150, 174, 208, 216 
Lammie, see L'Amy 
Lamond (Lawmond) of that Ilk, 158 



2 4 S 



AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Lamont of Greelaw, 187 

-Campbell of Possil, 125, 168 
L'Amy (Lammie) 

of Dunkenny, 61 

Ramsay-, of Dunkenny, 61 bis, 74 
Lanark, County of, 51 
Landale, David G. , 187 

182, j6i, 1Q4 
Landell of Coull, 182 
Langlands of that Ilk, 39 
Lansdowne, Marchioness of, 15, 32, 84, 103, 

177, 181, 188, 190, 200 
Lapslie, Rev. James, 75 
Lauder of Fountainhall, 123 

of Newington, 122 

of Winepark, 123 

Robert, Portioner of Belhaven and West 
Barns, 123 

Robert, West Hartlepool, 123 
Lauderdale, Earl and Duke of, 170 
Lawrie (Laurie) 

of the Moss, 187 

of Polmont, 121 

of Reidcastle, 70 

Craig-, of Redcastle, 70, 205 

Mrs. B. L. (or Scott), 106 

Mrs. E. M. (or Mutrie), 106 

Mrs. I. C. (or Cunninghame), 106 
Law of Burntoune, 13 

of Cameron, 13 

of Easter Kenevie, 13 

of Laurieston, 13 

of Newton, 13 

Alexander, 13 

Robert, Anstruther, 13 

William Thomas, M.D. , 22 
Lawmond, see Lamond 
Lawson of Halheriot, 211 
Lawthian, see Lothian 
Learmonth of Balcomie, 15, 40 

Livingstone-, Andrew J., 40, 177 

Livingstone-, John, London, 40, 177 

Livingstone-, Somerville, 40, 177 

Livingstone-, Thomas, 40, 177 
Leask of that Ilk, 94 
Leek of Hollybush, 31 
Lee, James, M.D. , Calcutta, 92 
Lees, John, 89 
Leith, Ross-, of Arnage, 64, 175 

-Ross of Arnage, 64, 216, 225 

of Craighall, 64 

of Freefield, 64, 64, 216 

Forbes-, of Fyvie, 47, 64, 91, 108, 221 

ofLeithhall, 64 

Overbarns, 36 

Burgh of, 115 

64 
Lennard, Sir Thomas Barrett-, 8, 97 

97 
Lennox of Woodhead, 202 

Kincaid-, of Woodhead and 
203 

Duke of, 82, 109 
Leny, jy 

Lerwick, Burgh of, 214 
Leslie of Balquhan, 95 



that Ilk, 92, 



Leslie-Duguid of Balquhain, 68, 96 

of Burdsbank, 15, 173 

of Colpnayshiels, 95 

of Denlugas, 15, 107, 172 

of Findrassie, 15, 173 

of Kincraigie, 98 

of Kininvie, 95 

of Nethermuir, 187 

of Oustens, 19 

of Powis, 15, 113 

Forbes-, of Rothie, 71, 90, 99 

of Torrie, 15, 173 

of Tulloch, 98 

George, Aberdeen, 14 

James, advocate, 96 

Norman, Aberdeen, 226 

14 bis, ijS 
Letham, 34 
Lever, 21, 22, 32 
Leveson of Trentham, 134 
Liddell, Robert, Edinburgh, 20 
Lidderdale of St. Mary Isle, 27 

Thomas, London, 27 

William, London, 27 
Lightbody, John, Glasgow, 184 

William, Liverpool, 184 

1S4 
Lind of Gorgie, 215 

Sir James, K.C.B., 215 

John, Poland, 215 
Lindores, Lord, 14, 160 
Lindsay of Balcarres, 57, 80, 169, 172 

of Blackholm, 84 

of Cairne, 80, 160 

of Cavill, 80, 173 

of Culsh, 84, S4 

of Deerpark, 14, 80, 158, 160 

of Dowhill, 84 

of Evelick, 80, 173 

of Kilspindie, 8o, 173 

of Peinie, g2 

of Wormiston, 91 

Hon. Colin, 84, 161 

David, Edinburgh, 91 

So ter 
Linen Manufacturers in Scotland, 200 
Lingard Guthrie, Rev. R. R. , 8, 62, 120 

8 
Linlithgow, Earl of, 14, 121, 223 

Royal Burgh of, 2, 122 
Liston of Milburn Tower, 68 
Little of Over Liberton, 199 

-Gilmour of Liberton and Craigmillar, 34, 
145, 208 

Archibald, Langholm, 199 

208 bis 
Littlejohn of Woodston, 4 
Livingstone (Livingston) 

of Balrownie, 121 

of Counteswells, 55 

of Parkhall, 177 

of Westquarter, 14, 121 

Fenton-, of Westquarter, 14, 121 

-Learmonth, Andrew J., Colony of Victoria, 

40, 177 
-Learmonth, John, London, 40, 177 



INDEX 



249 



Livingstone-Learmonth, Somerville, Colony of 
Victoria, 40, 177 

-Learmonth, Thomas, 40, 177 

William, Aberdeen, 121 

12T bis 
Loch of Drylaw, 205 
Lockhart-Scott of Abbotsford, 19, 180 

ofBirkhill, 19 

of Carnwath, 148 

of Cleghorn, 143^ 

of Kirkton, 42 

of Lee, 4, 117, 148, 149, 161, 197 

-Wishart of Lee, 148 

James, one of H.M. Heralds, 101 

Sir William, Lord Advocate, 31, 62, 143, 
188 

ijo bis 
Logan of that Ilk, 193 

Peter, 8 
Login of Southend, 215 
Loudoun, Earl of, 127 
Lorimer of Kellyfield, 51 

John, M. D. , 24 
Lorraine of Angelraw, 20 
Lort of Stackpole, 10S 
Lothian (Lawthian) 

of Overgogar, 224 

James, Kingsbarns, 224 

Richard, Edinburgh, 224 
Lovat, 160 

Lowis of Merchiston, 134 
Lowrie of Plainstones, 104 
Luke of Greenfield, 17 

John, Glasgow, 152 
Lumsden of Gushing, 25, 142 

of Innergellie, 33 

of Stravithie, 33 

George, Balgowan, co. Perth, 33 

James, Glasgow, 33 

Robert, Aberdeen, 212 

Colonel William, 33 
Lundin of Auchtermarnie, 189 

of Baldester, 171, 190 

of that Ilk, 170 

Mr. Robert, 189 
Lyell of Dysart, 63 

of Murthill, 63 

of Woodhead, 63 
Lyghton, Col. Robert, 157 
Lyon, Major-Gen. Sir James, K.C.B., 164 

Office, 78, ij6, 120, 134, 174, 224 

M'Aben of Knockdolian, 26 
Macadam of Craigengellan, 91 
Macalester of Loup, 75 
M'Alla, see M'Aulay 
Macandrew, John, M.D. , 76 

William, London, 75 
Macara, Lieut. -Col. Robert. 220 
Macarthur-Stewart of Milltoun, 65, 82 

John, 63 
M'Aulay (M'Alla), George, 4 

4 
M'Auslane, James, Surrey, 163 

M'Barnet of Torridon, 139 

M'Bean, William, Inverness, 119, 129, 159, 218 



M'Beth, Abraham, 130 ~ 

MacBrayne of Glenbranter, 130, 174, 220 

of Summerlee, 174 

Donald, Glasgow, 174 
M'Call of Daldowie, 4 

Hardy Bertram, 191 
M'Callum, C. Kellie, W.S., 209 
M'Cartney of Aughenleit, 216 
M'Casland of Newland Muir, 165 
M'Chlery, Michael, London, 46 
M'Cliesh of Maryfield, 164 
M'Combie, Duguid-, of Cammachmore, 91, 164 

of Easterskene, 163 

-Duguid, William, 100 
M'Connel of Cressbrook, 166 

David C, Australia, 166 

James, Manchester, 166 

John, Australia, 166 

Thomas H., Manchester, 166 

William, Manchester, 166 
M'Corquodale of that Ilk, 215 
M'Culloch of Barholm, 114 

of Drummoral, 115 

of Muil, 115 

of Myrtoune, 115 

of Pilton, 114 
Macdonald, see also Macdonell 

of Clanranald, 119, 131, 158, 223 

of Craig-na-Gower, 108, 119, 131, 159 

of Largie, 117, 130, 159, 197 

of Moidart, 118, 130, 158, 223 

of St. Martins, 4, 119, 167, 197 

Foote-, G. G. , 4, 119, 167, 197 

Sir John, G.C. B. , 3, 118, 167, 197 

Sir John, K.C.B., 3, 119, 158, 197 

-Bowie, Mr. Philip, Minister at the Hague, 
108, 118, 130, 167 

-Steuart, Reginald (of Staffa), 4, 93, 118, 
158, 223 

Ronald, Marquess of Antrim, 108 bis, 118, 
130, 158 

William Rae, F.F.A., Edinburgh, 68, 161 

William Stone, Canada, 119, 130, 158, 197 
Macdonell, see also Macdonald 

of Glengarry, 75 

of Lochgarry, 75 

of Morar, 51 

^Eneas R. W., 75 

Sir James, G.C. B. , 75 
Macdougall of Mackerstoun, 168 
Macdowall of Castle Sempill, 163 

Garthland, 158 

of Logan, 158 bis 

of Neilsland, 104 

Andrew, London, 168 

Captain Robert, 168 

158 
Macduff of Bonhard, 189 

160 bis 
M'Eacharn of Goathland, 107 
Macewan of Glenboig, 4 

of Muckly, 104 

John, Glasgow, 100 

William, M.P. , Edinburgh, 120 
Macfarlane of Arrochar, 201 

Gartarlan, 209 



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AN ORDINARY OF SCOTTISH ARMS 



Macfarlane of Keithton, 202 

of that Ilk, 201 
Macfie of Dreghorn, 106 

of Langhouse, 106 
M'Gilchrist of Northbar, 168 
Macgill of Ballynester, 177 

of Kemback, 74, 177 bis 

of Rankeillor, 177 

of Rumgally, 177 
Macgillivray, William, Montreal, 118 
M'Gowan, John, W.S. , 166 
Macgregor (M'Grigor, M'Gregor) 

of Brediland, 224 

of Cairnoch, 217 

alias Murray, of Lanrick, 217 

alias Murray, of Napier Ruskie, 118, 131, 
158, 197, 217 

James, yr. of Raigmore, 221 

-Murray, Captain E. J., 15, 54, 82, 155, 174, 
181, 190, 217 

-Skinner, Cortland, 37, 217 

Major Cortlandt Alexander, 38, 217 

Captain Cortland George, 37, 217 

Captain F. Nugent, 38, 218 

Sir James, M. D. , 221 

James, M.D. , 70, 221 

Major P. Leighton, 38, 218 

Captain R. F. H., 38, 217 

William, M.D., C.M.G., 68, 219 

iS, 54, 82 > *55> J 7f. 'Si, 190 
M'Gufne, James, 61 
Macguffock of Rusco, 61 
M'Haffie-Gordon of Corsmalzie, 20 
M'llvain of Grimmet, 70 
Maclnroy of Sheirglass, 147 
Macintosh, see Mackintosh 
M'lver-Campbell of Asknish, 10, 68, 115, 116, 
126, 129 bis 

Campbell-, of Asknish, 68, 115, 126, 129 

10, 68, 78 
M'Kaile, Mr. Matthew, 71 
Mackay, ^Eneas, 46 

Major-Gen. the Hon. Alexander, 46 
Mackellar, Alexander, N.S.W. , 156 
Mackenzie (M'Kenzie) 

Falconer-, of Allangrange, 79, 139 

of Applecross, 139 bis, 158, 167 

of Ardross, 139 

of Coull, 133 bis, 139 

ofCromartie, 140, 155, 178, 184 

Mure-, of Delvine, 96 bis, 140 

of Fairbairn, 138 

of Findon, 138, i./o 

of Gairloch, 113, 139 

of Glenmuick, 187 

of Hilltown, 138 

of Kilcoy, 13, 55, 69, 70, 113, 121, 139, 

183 
Burton-, of Kilcoy, 13, 55, 69, 121, 139 bis, 

184 
of Lochwards, 139 
Shaw-, of Newhall, 91, 139 
of Reidcastle, 139 
of Rosehaugh, 139 
of Scotsburn, 139, 155, 178 
Hood-, of Seaforth, 114 



Mackenzie, Stewart-, of Seaforth, 83, 140 

of Seaforth, 114 

of Seaton, 113, 139 

of Scatwell, 139 bis, 140 quai., 154, 155 Hi, 
178 ter 

of Suddie, 139, 140 

ofTarbat, 185 

Captain Alexander (second son of Scatwell), 
139, 140, 155, 178 

C. Douglas, Middlesex, 70. 114, 139 

Colin, W.S. , 114, 139 

Captain Colin, 139 

Fitz Arundell, Winchester, 107 

-Grieve, F. J., R.N. , 100 

Lieut-. Col. Jabez, 140, 155, T78, 184 

-Grieve, J. A. , ior 

John (third son of Coull), 133, 141 

Lieut. -Col. Kenneth, 70, 113, 139 

140, ijj 
M'Kerrell, Lieut. -Col. William, yr. of Hill- 
house, 96 

-Brown, J. A., C.A., 47, 96 
Mackie (M'Kie) 

of Auchencairn, 43 

of Dowloch, 195 

Patrick, London, 45 
Mackinnon of Strathaird, 26, 119, 130, 134 

Rev. John, Kilmodan, 72 

William, Antigua, 26, 119, 130, 134 

William A., Middlesex, 26, 119, 130, 134 

134 

Mackintosh (M'Intosh) 

of Aberarder, 119, 129, 133, 171 
of Connadge, 131, 171 

Keir-, of Dalmigavie, 63, 129, 133, 172 

of Kinrara, 37, 133, 160 

of Kyllachy, 119, 131 bis, 160, 171, 197 

of that Ilk, 119, 129, 133, 159 

161 
M'Kirdy of Birkwood, 105 
Macknight-Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 77, 85 Us, 

146 
Maclagan, Sir Douglas, 52 
M'Lannachan, James, 3 

Maclarty, Colin, M.D. , Provost of Campbel- 
town, 117, 129, 178, 180 
Mnclauchlan (M'Lachlan) 

of Kilchoan, 117, 129, 159, 197 

of that Ilk, 118, 129, 159, 197 
Maclaurin (MacLaurin) 

of Dreghorn, 61 

Daniel, London, 52 

-Gillies, Jamaica, 118 

Henry N., Sydney, N.S.W., 187 
M'Lea, Duncan, 32, 55 
Maclean of Coll, 108, 117, 130, 152 

Sir George, K.C.B. , 3, 119, 142, 195 

Colonel John, 3, 119, 195, 197 
MacLeay, William, Wick, 50 
Maclelland (M'Lelland) 

of Barclay, 52 

Samuel, 51 
Macleod (MacLeod) 

of Cadboll, 26, 119, 154, 178 

of Colbecks, 178 

of that Ilk, 26 



INDEX 



251 



Macleod of Muiravonside, 26, 140, 154 
-Bannatyne of that Ilk, 26, 35 
of Rasay, 178 

Arthur Lyttelton of Arley Castle, 26, 155 
Lieut. -Gen. Sir Charles, K.C. B. , 26, 140, 

155 
Macliver, Peter Stewart, Bristol, 103 
Macmathon, see Matheson 
Macmillan of Dunmore, 163 

-Scott of Wauchope, 16, 188 
M'Morran, J., Edinburgh, 218 
Macnab (M'Nab) 

of Dundurn, 41 

of that Ilk, 41 
Macnaghten (M'Nachtane.M'Naghten.M'Nagh- 
ton) 

of Bushmills House, 129, 220 

of Dundarave, 129, 220 

of Upper Clogher, 3, 129, 220 

Edmund Alexander, Ireland, 129, 220 

Sir Francis Workman, 129, 220 

220 
M'Nair, William, Glasgow, 1, 151, 212 
M' Naught of Kilquharitie, yy 
M'Neil of Barra, 26, 119 bis, 131 bis, 161 

of Tearfargus, 119, 129, 158 

Sir John, 119, 130, 168 
Maconochie of Meadowbank, 131 

Wellwood of Garvock and Meadowbank, 
131, 223 
Macpherson (M'Pherson) 

-Grant of Ballindalloch, 107, 219 

of Cluny, 105 

of Garbity, 105 

of Invereshie, 104 

of Pitmain, 104 

alias Gillies, David, 104 
Macrae of Orangefield, 86 
Macreadie of Pearstoun, 86 
Macritchie of Logie, 165 
MacSween, Benjamin, Grenada, 186 
M'Taggart, John, London, 11 

William, Madras, 87 
Mactavish of Dunardry, 128, 138 

of Gartbeg, 128, 138 
MacTurk of Stenhouse, 30 
Macvicar, 115 

M'Whirter, John, M.D., H.E.I.C.S., 105 
Main, see also Mayne 

of Lochwood, 29 

George, Edinburgh, 42 
Maine, Caroline Maria, 100 
Mair, John, Aberdeen, 7 

John, London, 7 
Maitland of Auchlane, 170 

Ramsay-Gibson-, of Cliftonhall, 34, 74, 153, 
172 

of Dundrennan, 1, 172 

of Eccles, 170 

of Kilmaron, 170 
of Pittreachie, 170 

Captain James, 170 
Robert, Lieutenant of the Bass, 170 
Malcolm of Glenmorag, 210 
of Poltalloch, 52, 89, 209 
Dugald, Jamaica, 209 



Malcolm, Lieut. -Col. Henry, H.E.I.C.S., 205 

Lieut. -Col. Sir James, K.C. B. , 210 

Sir John, K.C.B. , 211 

Neil, Jamaica, 209 

Sir Pulteney, 210 

Manson Holland, 168 

Mar, Earl of, 12, 183 bis 

12 ter, 1 j 
March, Earl of, 12, 150, 169 

769 
Marchmont, Earl of, 62 bis, 126, 127, 161, 182* 

bis, 193, 194 
Marischal, Keith, Earl, 52 
Marjoribanks of Balbardie, 178 

of Hallyards, 53 

of Lees, 53 

of Leuchie, 53 
Marr, see Mar 
Marshall, Hunter-, of Callander, 152, 203 

of Church Aston, 200 

of Curriehill, 203 

of Hillcaiinie, 202 

Burt-, of Luncarty, 209 

Andrew, 201 

153 

Martin of Auchenden nan, 51 

Sir Theodore, of Bryntysilio, 187 

Alexander, Islay Herald, 50 

Andrew, Edinburgh, 50 

Andrew, Anstruther, 37 

George, Liverpool, 50 

Robert, Justice Clerk Depute, 37 
Marwick, (Sir) J. D. , Town Clerk, Glasgow, 106 
Mason, John, Inveresk, n 
Masson, John, Ayr, 11 
Master of the Revels in Scotland, 153 
Masterton (Mastertoune) 

of Grange, 29 

of Parkmill, 27 

of Parkmill and Gogar, 27 
Matheson ( Macmathon ) 

of Achany, 128 

of Ardintoul, 131 
Maule (Maul, Maull) 

of Ballumbie, 185 

of Inverkeillour, 188 bis, 194 

of Kelly, 185 

Captain John, 185 

Dr. Thomas, 185 

188 
Maxton-Graham of Cultoquhey, 36, 194 
Maxwell of Barncleugh, 197, ig8 

of Brediland, 207 

of Broomholm, 158, 207 

of Calderwood, 9, 198, 207 

of Cardoness, 9, 73, 115, 198 

of Carruchan, 76 

of Cransaloch, 197 

Hyslop-, of Glengaber, 198, 216 

-Heron of Heron, 174 

of Lackiebank, 209 

of Loch, 197 

of Merks worth, 208 

Graham-, of Merksworth, 54, 207 208 

Wedderburn-, of Middlebie, 32, 198 

of Monreith, 76 



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Maxwell of Munches, 76, 151, 198, 206 

of Nether Pollok, 207 

of Pollok, 207 

of Sprinkell, 207 

of Telen, 207 

Constable-, of Terregles, 10, 15, 68, 76, 151, 
198 

-Stuart, Constable-, of Traquair, 10, 68, 76, 
81, 120, 151, 180, 182, 198 

of Williamwood, 207 

-Graham, Charles, Glasgow, 54, 207, 208 

Rev. H. , Strathmartine, 208 

-Graham, James, Glasgow, 54, 207, 208 

Col. Thomas, 197 

Thomas, Liverpool, 198 

Captain William, 9, 198 
Mayne, see also Main 

of Powis, 29 
Meason of Lindeftis, 1 1 

of Mordun, 11 
Meik of Leidcassie, 72 
Meiklejohn, Major J. F., R.A. , 187 
Meldrum of Crombie, 147, 183 
Melles, Joseph William, 184 
Melrose, 88 
Melville of Auchmoor, 95 

White-, of Bennochy, 59, 176 

of Cassengray, 59, 79 

of Murdicarnie, 216 

Balfour-, of Pilrig and Strathkinness, 44, 59 

of Raith, 79 

of Strathkinness, 59 

Alexander, 59 

John, 70 

John, W.S., Edinburgh, 87 

Lord, 59, 79 

J9 *er 
Menteath, see also Monteith 

of Closeburn, 10, 25 
Menzies of Culdares, 217 

of that Ilk, 52 

of Pitfoddels, 52 

Murray-, of Pitlochie, 181 

of Shien, 52 

Professor John, Aberdeen, 53 

William, Edinburgh, 186 
Mercer of Aldie, 102 

of Easternewton, 102 

of Fordell House, 103 

of Huntingtower, 103 

of Salineshaw, 102 

Tod-, of Scotsbank, 89, 103 

-Henderson, Hon. Hew A. D. H. H. D. , 10, 
55, 103, 188, 198, 204 

103 bis 
Merchants in Edinburgh, Company of, 212 
Merry of Belladrum, 174 
Methven of Craiglownie, 40 

Sir Paul, 147 
Michie, John, London, 105, 164, 212 
Middleton, Countess of, 92 

David, London, 104 

Earl of, 104 

George, advocate, 105 

John, M.A. , Rector of Cricksey, Essex, 104 

John, Fraserburgh, 104 



Middleton, John, Glasgow, 106 

John Shearer, 107 

Captain Lawrence, 104 

Peter, M.D. , 105 

Captain Robert, 104 

8 
Mikieson of Hill, 72 
Mill of Blairtown, 67 
Miller of Acre Valley, 66 

of Craigentinny, 66 bis, 108, 20J, 215 

Chrystie-, of Craigentinny, 66 bis, 107, 108, 
205 bis, 215 bis 

of Glenlee, 65 

of Gourlabank, 68, 138 

-Morison, Campbell-, of Hetland, 132 

of Leithen, 66 

-Cunningham of Leithen, 111 

of Pittendreich, 66 

-Cunningham, 66 

Alexander, W.S. , 66 

Rev. J. Ogilvy, LL.D., 66 

Richard, Leith, 66 

Robert, Manchester, 65 

Rev. Thomas, D. D. , Cumnock, 67 

William, St. Petersburg, 66 

20, 66, 177, in, 20J 
Milliken of that Ilk, 175 
Milne (Mylne) 

of Amwell Grove, 67 

of Balfarge, 66 

of Balwyllo, 66 

of Melgum, 67 

of Mureton, 66 

Sir John, 67 

Robert, architect, 67 

Robert, writer, Edinburgh, 66 
Milnes, Rev. James, 66 
Milroy of Forthside, 106 
Minnoch, William H., Glasgow, 93 
Mitchell of Alderston, 37 

of Berry (and Westshore), 94 

of Craigend (or Mitchell), 94 

of Landath, 94 

-Innes of Parsons Green, 103, 180 

of Stow, 32, 103 

of Thainstoun, 95 

of Tilligrige, 94 

of Wester Newbirnie, 94 

James Scott-, Sydney, 21 

J. W. , Rothesay Herald and Lyon Clerk 
Depute, 95 

Vice-Admiral William, 95 

-Carruthers, William, 52, 95 

44 
Moir of Inverneittie, 146 

of Leckie, 84, 117, 146, 150 

of Otterburn, 146 

of Scotstoun, 146 

of Stonnivvood, 146 

147, 194 
Molison, see also Molleson 

58, 60, 157 
Molleson, see also Molison 

Gilbert, Aberdeen, 64 

Colonel John, 64 
Moncrieff (Moncreiff, Moncreiffe)' 



INDEX 



253 



Moncrieff of Boghall, 162 

Scott-, of Coats and Rynd, 167, 191 

of Culfargie, 162 

of that Ilk, 162, 166 

of Mumipay, 162 

of Rcadie, 162 

of Sauchope, 162 

-Wellwood of Tullibole, 162, 223 

David Steuart, 85, 115, 162 

James, Edinburgh, 162 

Mr. de M., 162 
Monro (Munro) 

of Auchinbowie, 135 

of Bearcrofts, 134 

Gun-, of Braemore, 8, 135, 212 

of Coull, 134 

of Foulis, 134 

of Pitlundie, 134 

Professor Alexander, M. D. , 134 

Principal Alexander, 134 
Monteith, see also Menteath 

of Auldcathie, 10 

of Caribber, 10, 25 

(or Menteath) of Closeburn, 10, 25 

of Rusky, 10 

George (representative of Carse), io, 25 
Montgomery (Montgomerie, Montgomrie) 

of Broomlands, 2, 24 

of Coilsfield, 2, no 

of Heslaid, 215 

of Kirktounholme, 2, no 

of Newton, 3, no 

of Skelmorlie, 2, no 

of Stanhope, 2, no 

of Stanhope and Kinross, 2, no, 150 

Edmonstone-, H., London, 2, 60, no 

William, 2, 24 

William Henry, 2, 13, no, 115 

100 
Montrose, Marquess of, 54, 196 

Royal Burgh of, 195, 197 

106 
Moodie, Captain J., R. N. , 26, 34 
Moore of Corswall, 97 
Moray of Abercairney, 52, 181 

Earl of, 71, 82, 171 
More-Gordon of Charleton, 51 

of Hilton, 146 
Morehead, see also Muirhead 

of Herbertshire, 17 
Morison (Morieson, Morisone) 

of Bognie, 147 

Walker-, of Fawfield, 164, 189 

Broun-, of Finderlie, 36, 88 

Campbell-Miller-, of Hetland, 132 

Duncan-, of Naughton, 10, 35, 198, 204, 209 

-Duncan of Naughton, 10, 35, 198, 204, 209 

of Preston Grange, 146 

Broun-, j6, 88 

Major Alexander, H.E.I. C.S., 147 

Henry, W.S. , 147 

James G. , Touch House, 147 
Morris of Craig, 44, 210 
Mortimer of Auchinbadie, 189 

of Fonthill Park, 165 
Morton of Belmont, 43 



Morton, Earl of, 149, 192 

James, Greenock, 99 
Mosman of Auchtyfardell, 33 
Mouat, Captain G. , R.N. , 158 
Moubray, George, H.E.I.C.S. , 165 
Moultrie of Rescobie, 45 
Mounsey of Killilung, 53 
Mountstephen, Lord, 184, 221 
Mow of East Mains, 132 
Mowat of Ingliston, 167 
Mowbray, 160 
Mudie of Arbeckie, 33 

34 

Muir (Mure) 

of Ardenvohr, 106 

of Caldwell, 96 

of Cassencary, 96, in, 120 

of Deanston, 51 

-Mackenzie of Delvine, 96 bis, 140 

of Riccarton, 95 

of Rowallan, 96, 120 

James, London, 96 

Mr. James, Parson of Philorth, 98 
Muirhead, see also Morehead 

of Bredisholme, 14, 15, 34, 181 

James Patrick, 20 
Munro, see Monro 
Murchison of Tarradale, 165 
Murdoch of Camloddan, 195 

of Rosshill, 79 

Peter, Glasgow, 79 
Mure, see Muir 
Murison of Anchorfield, 146 
Murray of Auchtertyre, 180 

of Blackbarony, 176, 108 bis 

Hepburn-, of Blackcastle, 41*, 189, 189* 

of Broughton, 83, 94, 181, 203, 204 

of Clairden, 23 

of Deuchar, 152 

-Thriepland of Fingask, 23, 72, 157 

of Glendoick, 67 

alias Macgregor, of Lanrick, 217 

of Lintrose, 181 

of Livingstone, 108 

of Lochlaw, 135 

of Melgum, 152 

of Murrayfield, 176 

of Murrayshall, 67, 194 

of Murraythwaite, 58, 208 

alias Macgregor, of Napier Ruskie, 118, 131, 
158, 197, 217 

of Pennyland, 23, 2j 

of Philiphaugh, 152 

of Pitkeirie, 52 

-Menzies of Pitlochie, 181 

of Priestfield, 152 

ofSimprim, 176 

of Spot, 176 

of Stanhope, 53, 113, 152 

of Strowan, 180 

Alexander B. , Adelaide, 51 

David, 62 

David, Perth, 62 

Macgregor-, Captain E. J., 15, 54, 82, 155, 
174, 181, 190, 217 

Cornet George, 176 



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Murray, Vice-Admiral George, I 

Captain James, K.N. , 176 

Captain John, 219 

John (Blackbarony), 108 

John, tutor of Stormont, 67 

Richard (Rlackbarony), 108 

Captain Thomas, 48th Foot, 53, 113, 152 

217, 181 ter 
Musgrave of Hayton, 3 
Mushet, Lieut. Robert, 52 
Musselburgh, Town of, 2 
Mutrie, Mrs. E. M. (or Laurie), 106 
Mutter of Bunanuisg, 102 

W., 91 
Mylne, see Milne 
Myrton of Gogar, 29 
Myreton, Andrew, Edinburgh, 220 

Nairne of Kirkhill, 186 

of Sandford, 185 

of Segden, 185 

of Strathuird, 185 

Alexander, 185 

Baroness, 15, 32, 84, 103, 177, 181, 188, 190, 
200 

David, 185 

John, son of Langside, 185 

Thomas, second son of Langside, 185 

Thomas, 185 

15, 188 bis, 200 
Napier (Napeir) 

of Ballichearne, 201 

of Ballikinrain, 202 

of Bowquaple, 209 

of Culcreuch, 209 

of Fallside, 202 

of Hervieston, 202 

of Kilmahewgh, 17 

of Tayock, 202 

of West Shandon, 106 

Alexander, 209 

Lord, 16, 201, 203 
Nasmyth (Neasmyth) 

of Posso, 101, 130 
National Bank of Scotland, 196 
Neaves, Charles, 106 
Neilson of Craigcaffie, 51 

of Maxwod, 51 
Neish, Francis Hugh, Lieut. Gordon Highland- 
ers, 227 
Nelson, Thomas, Edinburgh, 131 

William, Edinburgh, 131 
Nevay, 27 
Neven, see Niven 
Nevoy (Nevay) 

of that Ilk, 27 
Newall of Barskeoch, 211 
Newbigging, William, F.R.C.S.E. , 96 
Newhaven, Viscount, 65, 77, 80, 159, 160 
Newmills Cloth Manufactory, 109 
Newton (Newtoune) 

of that Ilk, 164 

Hay-, of Newton, 6, 112, 113, 164 

James, 164 
Nichols-Steuart of Dalpowie, 93 
Nicol (Nuccol) 



Nicol of Ballogie, 90 

Alexander, Aberdeen, 187 

Alloa, 100 
Nicolson (Nicholson) 

Stewart-, of Carnock, 37, 82, 145 bis 

of Clunie, 145 

of Lochend, Zetland, 145 

of that Ilk, 145 
Nisbet-Hamilton-Ogilvy of Biel, 45, 74, 157, 
168, 218 

of Dean, 29 

of Dirleton, 29, 42 

Hamilton-, of Dirleton, 44, 218 

Elias, Bourdeaux, 42 

-Hamilton, Lady Mary Cristopher, 39, 44, 
218 

45< 74> 157 
Nithsdale, Earl of, 76 
Niven of Kirkbride, 100 

of Peebles and Thornton, 220 

(Neven) of Shousburgh, 89 
Noble, Lieut. -Col. John, H.E.I.C.S., 35 
Norie of Noriston, 185 
Normandy, j6 

North of Scotland Banking Company, 205 
Northesk, Earl of, 75, 183 
Norvell of Boghall, 21 
Nova Scotia, Province of, 207 
Nuccol, see Nicol 

Ochterlonie of Guynd, 168 

Mr. David, 168 

Mr. John, 168 
Ogill, D. (of Papill), 95 
Ogilvie (Ogilvy) 

Earl of Airlie, 156 

of Auchiries, 62, 156 

of Balbigno, 74, 156 

of Barras, 156 

Nisbet-Hamilton-, of Biel, 45, 74, 157, 168, 
218 

of Boyne, 60, 156 

ofCluny, 155 

of Cove, 151, 157, 183 

of Hardwoodmyres, 184 

of Inchewan, 155 

of Logie, 156 

-Dalgleish of Mayfield, 58, 60, 157, 223 

of New Grange, 156 

of Pitmouies, 156 

of Raggell, 60, 156 

of Ruthven, 156 

George, Jamaica, 59, 156 

James, surgeon, Edinburgh, 156 

James (second brother to Boyne), 60, 156 

Thomas, Provost of Banff, 156 

William, representative of Miltoun, 62, 107, 

156 

'j6, 157 
Ogston of Ardoe, 177 

of Norwood, 177 

Francis, M. D. , 1 77 
Oliphant of Bachilton, 35, jj 

of Clasbainy, 35 

of Condie, 59 

of Culquhir, 54 



INDEX 



255 



Oliphant of Gask, 59 

of Kinneder, 59 

of Prinlis, 205 

of Rossie, 216 

Charles, Edinburgh, 179 

Laurence, writer, Edinburgh, 104 

Laurence, Liverpool, 59 

36 
Oliver, William, advocate, 52 
Omond, Rev. J. R., of Carness, 107 
Orde, Campbell-, of Morpeth, 126, 197 
Orme of Balvaird, 52, 89, 209 
Ormiston (Ormeston) 

Joseph, London, 190 
Orr-Ewing of Ballikinrain, 30 

of Barrowfield, 193 

of Harviestoun, 193 

-Ewing of Levenfield, 30 

of Ralston, 193 

of Waterside, 193 
Orrock of that Ilk, 50 

John, Provost-Marshal, 50 

Thomas, St. Andrews, 50 
Osborne (Osburn) 

of Peppermilne, 9 

-Elphinstone, Lady, 27, 31, 53, 113 
Oswald of Auchencruive, 211 

Haldane-, of Auchencruive, 10, 155, 204, 
211 

of Fingalton, 211 

of Scotstoun, 211 

Gordon-, of Scotstoun, 10, 144, 198, 204, 211 

Andrew (Dalderse), 211 

James, Kirkcaldy, 211 

212 
Oxenford, Viscount, 177 

Paisley of Craig, 46 
Panmure, Earl of, 185 

Lord, 34, 185, 188, 194 
Panther, see Panton 
Panton of Blackhouse, 74 

[alias Panther) Captain George, 75 
Park of Fulfordlees, 92 

James, of . . .,89 
Parkhill, Captain David, 77, 216 
Paterson of Bannockburn, 190 

of Carpow, 191 

of Dunmore, 190 

of Kinnettles, 90 

-Balfour-Hay of Leys and Carpow, 49, 78, 
191 

-Wallace of Morningside, 80, 159, 191 

of Seafield, 190 

George, London, 190 

John, Bishop of Galloway, 190 

John, Bishop of Ross, 190 

(formerly Hart) John, London, 190 

Captain R. (second brother to Dunmore), 190 

R. (fourth son to John, Bishop of Ross), 190 
Paton (Patoun), see also Patton 

of Glenalmond, 109, 203 

John, 218 

Sir J. Noel, 141 
Patrick, Ralston-, of Roughwood, 15 ', 200 
1 See Errata. 



l'attison of Kelvingrovc, 162 
Patton of Ferrochie, 59 

of Kinnaldie, 218 
Paul, J. Balfour, Lyon King of Arms, 36 
Peadie of Ruchil (or Pepdie), 194 
Pearse, Kerr-, Rev. B. K. W. , 40, 216 
Pearson (Pierson) 

of Balmadies, 219 

of Bielside, 99 

of Kippenross, 71 

of Westhall, 219 

John, third son of Balmadies, 219 

Robert, second son of Balmadies, 219 
Pendarvis, 79 
Penman, James, 39 
Pennicook of Newhall, 92 
Penrose, 22 

Pentland of that Ilk, 83, 88, 117, 126 
Pepdie [see also Peadie), /g./ 
Percy, iij, i6r 
Perth, Earl of, 6 

County of, 170 

Royal Burgh of, 153 
Peter of Crossbasket, 58 
Petrie of Portlethen, 11 

Elizabeth, 17 
Petty, is 
Philip of Amrecloss, 33 

of Ormiston, 45 

of Overcarnbie, 33 
Philp, Mrs. A. (or Christie), 93 
Phin of Whitehill, 57 
Pierson, see Pearson 

Pilmuir (Pillmure), James, Cupar Angus, 19 
Pinkerton, John, London, 27 
Pitcairn of Forther, or of that Ilk, 1, 74, 175 

of Pitlower, 34, 175 

James, surgeon, 175 
Pittenweem, Royal Burgh of, 118 
Playfair, Lord, 227 
Plenderleith of Blyth, 38 
Pleydell, 11 
Plummer of Middlestead, 41, 46, 47 

Gavin, Edinburgh, 46 
Pollock (Pollok) 

of Over Pollok, 205 

Crawford-, of Pollok, 34, 80, 206 

of Rhindmuir, 205 

Sir Frederick, Lord Chief Baron of Exchequer, 
109 

Major-General Sir George, G.C.B. , 109 

Fergusson-, Edinburgh, 25, 206 

206 
Polwarth, Lord, 40, 62 bis, 154, 161 bis, 180, 
182*, 193 bis, 194 bis 

193 bis 
Pope, George, C.B. , 69 
Porteous of Hawkshaw, 147 

George, one of H.M. Heralds, 219 
Porter of Troquhain, 3, 9, 72 
Porterfield of that Ilk, 22 

Dame Margaret, 7, 22 

7. 22. 185 
Portobello, Burgh of, 25, 213 
Powrie of Reswallie, 202 

of Woodcockholm, 202 



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Poyntz, <? 

Preston of that Ilk, 147 
Viscount, 54, 85 

147 
Primrose of Carington, 159 

of Dalmeny, 99, 160 
Pringle of Clifton, 39 

of Crichton, 40 

of Greenknowe, 77 

of Haining, 39 

of New hall, 23 

of Stitchell, 77 

of Torwoodlee, 207 

of Whytbank, 207 

of Whytbank and Yair, 207 
Purves (Purvis) 

-Hume-Campbell of Marchmont and Purves, 
62, 101, 126, 161, 182*, 193, 194 

of Kinaldy, 47 

of that Ilk, 100, roi 

Quarles, William, Baron of the Holy Roman 
Empire, 8, 63, 79, 94 
Northampton, 94 
Queensberry, Earl of, 12, 149 
Queensferry, Royal Burgh of, 115 

Rae of Little Govan, 38 

-Wilson of Kelvin Bank, 31, 216 

Major Adam, 195 

David, advocate, 91, 195 
Raeburn of St. Bernards, 195 
Raining, Mrs. Mary, Norwich, 222 
Rait of Hallgreen, 63 

of Pitforthie, 63 

William, Dundee, 63 
Raith, 63 
Ralston of that Ilk, 14 

-Patrick of Roughwood, 15 1 , 200 
Ramage, Alexander Liston, W.S. , 200 
Ramsay of Balmain, 73 

of Barnton, 73 

of Barra, 50, 73, 216 

of Brackmonth, 73, 7./ 

-Gibson-Maitland of Cliftonhall, 34, 74, 153, 
172 

-L'Amy of Dunkenny, 61 bis, 74 

of Idington, 72 

-Fairfax of Maxton, 3, 8, 24, 188 

of Wauchton, 40, 73, 176 

of Whitehill, 73 

Wardlaw-, of Whitehill, 73, 177, 225 

Allan, Edinburgh, 73 

Charles Aloisius, 73 

Hugh, Provost of Methven, 73 

James, Bishop of Dunblane, 72 

John, M. D., 73 

Captain John, 73, 157 

Peter, Edinburgh, 73 

Robert, C. S. , Edinburgh, 73 

Captain William, 73 

74 
Randolph, 7/ 
Rankine (Ranken) 

of Dudhope, 5 

1 See Errata. 



Rankine of Orchardhead, 144, 143 

Alexander, Perth, 143 

Henry, Rochelle, 5 

Robert, 145 

136, 143 
Rattray of Craighall, 64 

Clerk-, of Craig Hall, 64, 94, 95 

Lieut. -Col. George, 89 
Reid of Birnes, 31, 82 

of Blegbie, 42 

-Seton, of Oxmantounhill, 32, 60 

of Strathloch, 71, 73 

Agnes, 136 

Andrew, Westminster, 73 

140, 143 
Reidheugh of Cultibragan, 190 
Renfrew, County of, 118 

Royal Burgh of, 214 
Renny, Alexander, Montrose, 220 
Renton of Lammertoun, 167 
Revels, Master of the, 153 
Richardson of Hartfield, 103 

of Keithock, 102 

of Pitfour, 15, 82, 102, 103, 121, 127 

of Ralston, 103 

of Smeaton, 102 

Captain George, H.E.I. C.S., 102 

G. Wood, Kirn, 103 

Sir James, Bellmount, Jamaica, 102 

John, barrister-at-law, 102 

John, writer, Edinburgh, 102 

Ralph, Edinburgh, 102 

William, 102 
Rickhart of Arnage, 28 

Riddell of Ardnamurchan, 5, 8 bis, 44, 141, 
157 bis, 174, 175, 188, 194 

of Glenriddell, 30 

of Granton, 29 

of that Ilk (or Riddell), 30 

of Riddell Lodge, 44, 157 

George, M. D. (heir-male of Kinglass), 44, 89 

-Carre, Captain R. , 32, 40 

Walter, 29 

Rig (Rigg) ' 

of Downfield, 202 

of Morton, in, 205 

of Rigsland, 205 
Rind, Alexander, Amsterdam, 14 
Ritchie of Craigtown, 53, 58 

53 
Robe, Archibald, Bristol, 92 
Robertoune of Bedlay, 64, 151 
Robertson (Robertsone) 

of Bishopmiln, 181 

Stewart-, of Edradynate, 85, in, 120, 148 

of Faskally, 148 

of Foreshores, Argyll, 102 

of Gladney, 148 

of Ladykirk, 148 

of Larkhall, 147 

of Lawers, 59 

of Loganhouse, 48 

of Lude, 130 

of Muirton, 59 

of Newbigging, 148 

of Parsonsgreen, 157 



INDEX 



257 



Robertson of Pitmillan, 27 
of Strowan, 148 
Alexander, Aberdeen, 48 
Charles, herald painter, 176 
G. , Deputy Keeper of Records, Edinburgh, 101 
Hugh, Glasgow, 190 
John, Edinburgh, 51 
J. Forbes-, London, 51 
J. P. B. , Lord Justice-General, 92 
Laurence, Edinburgh, 135 
Patrick, St. Johnstoun, 148 
Thomas, Edinburgh, 148 
W. , Aberdeen, 195 
Principal William, D. D. , 59 
Robinson (Robertson?), George, Provost of 

Banff, 48 
Rodger, Edward, Glasgow, 141 

William, Glasgow, 141 
Rodie, Thomas, Liverpool, 43 
Rochead (Rocheid) 
of Craigleith, 96 
of Inverleith, 86, 99 
of Whitsonhill, 136 
Rogerson of Wamphray, 100 
Rolland of Auchmithie, 87 
of Disblair, 86 
of Gask, 87 
Rollo of Powhouse, 36 
Romanes, James, Dunskaith, 141 
Romans of Newton Grange, 141 
Rome, James (third son of Clouden), 19 
Ronald, Robert, Provost of Montrose, 156 
Rose, see also Ross 
of Ballevit, 134 
of Kilravock, 134 
Arthur M. , London, 156 
Captain James, R. N., 225 
William, Canada, 134 
Rosebery, Earl of, 158, 195 bis 
Ross, see also Rose 

-Leith of Arnage, 64, 175 

Leith-, of Arnage, 64, 216, 225 

of Auchlossin, 134 

of Balgrigie, 93, 213, 214 

of Balkaill, 181 

of Balnagown, 174 

of Cromarty, 179 

of Gastoune, 36 

of Insch, 134 

of Kindease, 174 

of Kintore, 49 

of Knockbreck, 132 

of Markinch, 134 

of Millcraig, 174 

of Morinchie, 174 

of Nuik, 36 

of Pitkearie, 174 

of Portivoe, 49 

of Priesthill, 174 

Arthur, Bishop of Argyle, 36 

Charles C, Penzance, 51 

Mr. Charles (son of Kindies), 196 

Episcopal See of, 23, 190 

Jacob, Poland, 134 

John, Professor, Aberdeen, 134 

J. Came, M.D., Penzance, 51 



Ross, Major J. J., 51 

William, Nafferton, 187 

Lord, 36, 59 

36, 37 bis, isg, 174 bis 
Rothes, Earl of, 14, 160 
Rouett of Auchendinnan, 222 
Rowand of Bellahouston, 136 

of Linthouse, 64 

James, Moscow, 136 
Roxburgh, County of, 224 

Earl of, 50, 177 

Francis, Q.C. , 191 
Russell (Russel) 

of Ashiestiel, 42 

of Blackbraes, 166 

of Kingseat, 29 

of Moncoffer, 34, 72, 126, 162 

of Rathen, 127, 162 

of that Ilk (or Russell), 166 

James, barrister-at-law, 191 

Sir William, 30 
Rutherford (Rutherfurd, Rutherfoord) 

of Blackburn, 182 

of Edgerstoun, 182 

of Farnington, 182 

Andrew, advocate, 182 

Thomas, M.D., 182 
Rutherfurd, see Rutherford 
Rutherglen, Royal Burgh of, 115 
Ruthven, E. S. (formerly Trotter), 189 
E. S. Trotter, 189 

(formerly Trotter) Captain John, 57, 190 
Lord, 189 

St. Andrews, Archbishop of, 199 

St. Clair, see Sinclair 

St. John, j j 

Saltoun, Lord, 112, 159, 192 

Sandeman, J. Glas, Glasgow, 226 

William, 226 
Sandilands of Cowstoun, 9, 107, 150 

of Craibston, 9, 150 

of Hilderston, 9, 53, in, 150 

Jacob, Bourdeaux, 9, 150 

John, Rotterdam, 9, 150 
Schivez of Muirton, 27, 66 
Scobie, John, Keoldale, Sutherland, 20 
Sconce, R. Clement, in 
Scott (Scot) 

of Abbotsford, 19, 180 

Hope-, of Abbotsford, 19, 180 

Lockhart-, of Abbotsford, 19, 180 

of Ancrum, 145 

Robson-, of Ashtrees, 18 

of Balcomie, 16 

of Balmouth, 13 

of Bavelaw, 97 

of Benholm, 146 

of Boonraw, 180 

of Brotherton, 86 

of Burnhead, 16 

-Kerr of Chatto, 19, 49 

-Moncrieff of Coats and Rynd, 167, 191 

of Comiston, 88, 163 

of Craigmuie, 18 

Goldie-, of Craigmuie, 21, 22, 32 

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Scott of Dunninauld, 87 

of Galashiels, 18, 19, 208 

-Wellwood of Garvock, 222 

of Gorrenberrie, 16 

of Harden, 18, 180 

of Harwood, 223 

of Hassinden, 16 

of Haychester, 18 

of Heddervvick, 145 

of Horslehill, 18 

of Howcleuch, 16 

of Kelly, 118 

of Lethim, 16 

of Linburn, 187 

of Logie, 86 

of Malleny, 16 

of Mollance, 187 

Robson-, of Newton, 18 

of Pitlochie, 16 

Young-, of Redfordhill, 21 

of Scotstarvit, 16 

of Sinton, 18 

-Chisholm of Stirches, 17, 133 

of Thirlestane, 18 

of Toderick, 18 

of Trabroun, 16 

of Vodnie, 16 

of Wall, 18 

Macmillan-, of Wauchope, 16, 188 

ofWhystlaid, 18 

of Wooden, 21 

Mrs. B. L. (or Laurie), 106 

David, Bengal, 99 

Francis, Keeper of the Lords of Session 
Minute Book, 20 

George, Captain Lieut., Spanish service, 145 

Captain George, 19 

George, Steward of Orkney, 16, 144 

Helenus, H.E.I.C.S., 18 

James, Edinburgh, 16 

James, Holland, 105 

James, W.S. , 70 

-Mitchell, James, Sydney, 21 

John, M.D. , London, 106 

Robert, N.S.W., 18 

William (Bavelaw), 97 

William, Madras, 49 
Scotland, Bank of, 204 

Company of, trading to Africa and the Indies, 
204 

Educational Institute of, 163 

King of, 170 

Linen Manufacturers in, 200 

Master of the Revels in, 153 

National Bank of, 196 

North of, Banking Company, 205 

Society of Antiquaries of, 204 
Scougall (Scowgall) 

David, writer, Edinburgh, 122 
Scrimgeour (Scrimgeor, Scrimsoure) 

of Bowhill, 219 

of Cartmore, 219 

of Kirkton, 168 

John, Dundee, 168 

106 
Scrogie, Bishop of Argyle, 33 



Scrougie, Commissary of Argyle, 36 

Seafield, Earl of, 62, 70, 157 

Seaforth, Earl of, 138 

Selkirk, Earl of, 56, 83, 117, 149, 158, 160, 

169, 196 
Sellar, Thomas, Liverpool, 47 
Sempill (Semple, Sempell) 

of Belltrees, 38 

James, Stockholm, 29 

Lord, 29, 31, 67 

32 
Semple, j2 (see Sempill) 
Seton of Abercorn, 60, 78 

of Garleton, 60, 120 

of Mounie, 151, 183, 151, 183 

Reid-, of Oxmantounhill, 32, 60 

of Pitmedden, 151, 183 

(alias Smith) of Touch, 60, 78 

Andrew, London, 219 

Lieut. -Col. James, 96, 219 

William, H.M. Horse Guards, 215 

William, 59 

J9 bis, 60 bis 
Shairp, see Sharp 
Shand of Arnhall, 133, 175 

Smith-, of Templeland, 133 

Rev. George, 133 

Thomas, Aberdeen, 132 

Lord, 133 
Shank of Castle Riggs, 97 
Sharp (Shairp) 

of Hoddam, 98 

of Houston, 98 

of Kincarrochy, 87 

of Scotscraig, 88, 208 

of Stonehill, 86 

Francis, 98 

James, Archbishop of St. Andrews, 86 

Stephen, 99 

Captain Walter, 98 

ig 9 
Shaw-Stewart of Blackhall and Greenock, 70, 
82 

of Elm wood, 47 

-Mackenzie of Newhall, 91, 139 

of Sornbeg, 181 

Sir James, 70 
Shedden of Paulerspury Park, 50 
Shennan, Watson, New Zealand, 22 
Shiell, Anthony George, barrister-at-law, 99 
Shorn, Captain J. M., H.E.I.C.S., 123 
Sibbald of Gladswood, 66 

of Kipps, 65 

of Sillwood Park, 65 

(see Zibet) Cristopher Bogislaus, secretary to 
the King of Sweden, 65 

Mr. Patrick, Aberdeen, 65 
Sim of Coombe Wood, 48 
Simpson of Strathavon, 54 

of Thornton, 53 

of Udoch, 53 

Sir James, G. C.B. , 57 
St. Clair, see Sinclair 
Sinclair of Barrock, 173, 213, 214 

of Brimmes, 61 

of Dun, 61 



INDEX 



259 



Sinclair of Dunbeath, 173 bis, 213 bis, 214 bis 
Granville-, of Fairmead, Cambridge, 172, 

194, 213 bis 
of Freswick, 173, 213, 214 
of Harpsdale, 61 

of Hermiston, 62, 62 

of Longformacus, 61 

of Murkle, 161, 213, 214 

of Roslin, 61 

of Stemster, 173, 213, 214 

of Stevenson, 207 

of Stircock, 173, 213, 214 

of Ulbster, 173 bis, 213 bis, 214 bis 

Bower-, Alexander, 24, 62 

Colonel James, second son of Lord St. Clair, 
62, 213, 214 

John, 212, 213 

John, Edinburgh, 61 

Laurence, 61 

Thomas, Thurso, 61 

62 
Sivwright, Bedall, of Southhouse and Megget- 

land, 5 
Skene of Dyce, 72 

of Easterfintray, 35 

of Hallyards, 72 

of Newtyle, 72 

of Pitlurg, 72, 120, 144 

of Ramore, 72 

of that Ilk, 72 
Skinner, Cortland Macgregor, 37, 217 

37, 38 quat. 
Skirving of that Ilk, 189 
Sligo of Auldhame, 210 

of Carmyle, 210 
Small of Corrihall, 105 
Smellie, William, London, 12 
Smith (Smyth) 

of Athernie, 70, 70 

of Balhary, 8, 26, 208, 214, 216 

of Braco, 70 

of Camno, 27, 58, 212 

of Carbeth-Guthrie, 35 

of Craigend, 35 

of Craighead, 35 

of Gibliston, 202 

of Jordanhill, 35 

Carmichael-, of Nutwood, 70, 79 

of Redcliffe Tower, 70 

of Skelmorlie Bank, 35 

of Smithfield, 27, 58, 212 

-Shand of Templeland, 133 

alias Seton, of Touch, 6o, 78 

Alexander, 204 

Sir D. A., K.C.M.G., 102 

Mr. James, H.M. Works, Scotland, 109 

Mr. John, 202 

John, portioner of Dirleton, 209 

John, Gothenburg, 109 

Major John, Bengal Army, 64, 75 

William, Edinburgh, 23 

William, Clerk of H.M. Chancery, 107 bis 

8, 2j, 208 
Smollett of Bonhill, 12 

(Smollet) of Stenniflet, 12 
Smyth, see Smith 



Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 204 

of Writers to H.M. Signet, 204 
Somerville of Drum, 64 

of Hamilton Farm, 64 bis 

Captain John, 64 

James, 180 
Soote of Reres House, 5 
Southesk, Earl of, 72 
Spalding of Ashintillie, 219 

John, 63 
Speid of Ardovie, 42 
Speirs (Speirs, Spier) 

of Alderslie, 212 

of Blackstone, 215 

of Burnbrae, 215 

of Culcreuch, 212 

James, London, 215 

214 bis 
Spence see also Spens 

of Berrihole, 132 
Spens of Lathallan, 19, 126 bis, 160, 171 

of Stonelaw, 171 

David, Edinburgh, 159 

James, Edinburgh, 159 

Nathaniel, M.D. , 19, 126 bis, 160, 171 
Spottiswood (Spottswood) 

of Dunipace, 42 

of Grumstain, 42 

of that Ilk, 43 
Sprott of Riddell, 107 
Stacie, Joseph, Ross Herald, 20 
Stainton, Gillespie, of Biggarshiels, 47, 213 

213 
Stamfield of Newmills, 122 
Stamford, Earl of, 8 
Stanley, /j 
Stark (Starke) 

of Killermont, 33 

Hamilton-, of Troqueer Holm, 34, 176 

James, advocate, 46 
Staunton, Sir G. T. , 52 
Steel of Philipshaugh, 11 
Steele of Carfin, 115 
Stephen of Linthouse, 44 

George, Montreal, 184 

James, Keeper of H.M. Councill Thesaury, 42 
Stephenson (Stevenson) 

-Hamilton of Braidwood, 39, 179 

of Chester, 50 

Barns of Kirkhill, 39, 94 

of Montgrennan, 38 

Alan, C. E. , 44 

Alexander, 31 

Alexander Shannon, co. Northumberland, 38 

Archibald, co. Durham, 38 

Archibald, M.D., 38 

James, Edinburgh, 38 

James, Glasgow, 38 

John, London, 100 

John James, London, 38 

38 
Stewart (Stuart, Steuart) 

of Allanton, 85, 93, 94, 200 
of Alltyrodyn, 93 
Balfour-, of Arbigland, 45, 82 
of Ardsheal, 82, 117 



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204 



Stewart of Ardvoirlich, 85, 171 
of Ascog, 81 
of Athol, 94 
of Balcaskie, 81 , 116 
of Ballechin, 82, 172 
of Ballymoran, 93 
of Banchory, 93 
of Bigtoun, 92 
of Binny, 93 
of Blackhall, 81 

Shaw-, of Blackhall and Greenock, 70, 82 
of Bonkill, 84 
of Burray, 81 
of Calder Park, 22 

-Nicholson of Carnock, 37, 82, 145 bis 
of Castlemilk, 9 
of Catrine, 81 
of Castle Stewart, 81 bis 
Denham-, of Coltness, 36, 85 
of Dalguise, 165 

Nichols-, of Dalpowie House, 93 
of Doun, 82 
of Drummin, 92 
Nibloch, of Edenaneane, 93 
-Robertson of Edradynate, 85, in, 120, 148 
of Eriska, 107 
of Fillthecap, 92 
of Fongorth, 94, 118 
of Garvocks, 93 
of Glenormiston, 87 
of Goodtrees, 81 

of Grandtully, 7, 81, 94, 116, 140, 155, 178, 184 
of Inchbrek, 92 
of Kilburn House, 81 
of Lady wall, 81, 120 
Gow-, of Little Colonsay, 104, 165 
M'Arthur-, of Milltoun, 65, 82 
of Monteith, 83 
of Nateby Hall, 82, 108 
of Newark, 81 
of Newhall, 85, 97 

of Phisgill, 84 

-Fothringham of Pourie, 5, 84, 118, 157, 169 

of Rosling, 84 

of Scotstoun, 163 

of St. Fort, 81 

-Mackenzie of Seaforth, 83, 140 

of Shambelly, 81 

of Southwick, 85 

of Straebrock, 81, 120 

of Torrence, 9 

Harrington-, of Torrence, 10, 115 

of Traquair, 81 

Constable-Maxwell-, of Traquair, 10, 68, 76, 
81, 120, 151, 180, 182, 198 

Charles, Duke of Lennox, 82, 109 

Charles, barrister-at-law, 82, 120 

de Kierzkowski-, C. F. , 83, 172 

-Moncreiffe, David, 85, 115, 162 

Sir Donald Martin, K.C. B. , 93 

James, Dundee, 82, 120 

Alston-, Major J., 15, 82, 121, 127, 182 

John, France, 13, 94 

John, Canada, 81 

Lady Louisa, 81, 120, 180, T82 

Mrs. L. S. , Belton Strange House, 68 



Stewart, Reginald Macdonald (of Staffa), 4, 93, 
118, 158, 223 
Robert, Aberdeen, 55, 60, 94, 97, 144, 

146 
Major-Gen. Robert, H.E.I.C.S., 85, 172, 204 
T. Grainger, M.D., 93 
Thomas P. A., M.D., N.S.W., 107 
Walter, London, 9 
William, H.M. Exchequer, 85, 116 
-Balfour, Lieut. -Col. W. , 15, 43, 83, 121 
W. Charles, Major in Halket's Regiment of 

Scots Dutch, 82, 117 
Captain W. Little, 21, 85 
81, 82 ter, 84 bis 
Stirling of Bankell, 17 
of Craigbarnet, 19 

Gartshore-, of Craigbarnet, 20, ijj, 203 
of Drumpelier, 14 

Graham-, of Duchray, 20, 200, 225 
of Faskine, 19 
of Glorat, 17 
of Herbertshire, 19 
of Keir, 14 
of Kippendavie, 17 
of Law, 17 

of Mansfield, 19, 87 bis 
Archibald, 20 
George, Edinburgh, 19 
James, Glasgow, 14 
John, Dundee, 18 
County of, 210 
Royal Burgh of, 26 
20 
Stodart (Stoddart), see also Stothert 
of Southhouse, 86 
George, London, 37, 88 
R. R. , Lyon Clerk Depute, 37, 88 
Storie, Rev. J. G, 167 

Simon, Stockholm, 220 
Stornoway, Incorporated Trades of, 128 
Stothert, see also Stodart 
of Blacket, 56, 178, 180 
of Cargen, 56 
Stott, Rev. E., Monigaff, 189 
Strachan of Glenkindie, 216, 216 bis 
of Tarrie, 216 
Sir John, 216 
Sir John, R.N., 216 
John, Bailie of Leven, 185 
Sir William, London, 216 
Straiton, see also Straton 
Andrew, Montrose, 5 
Strang, David, London, 29 
Strange of Balcaskie, 30 
Lord, of Knockyn, 164 
James, London, 30 
1 "J 4 bis 
Stranraer, Royal Burgh of, 212 
Strathmore, Earl of, 166 
Strathy, J. B. , London, 49 
Straton, see also Straiton 
Captain Charles, 77 
John, 5 
Stronach, Alexander, Glasgow, 222 
Struth, John, N.S.W. , 39 
William John, 22, 36, 220 






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Struth, 36 

Struthers of Calderbank, 192 
Surgeons, College of, Edinburgh, 175 
Sutherland of Forss, 181 

of Kinstery, 133, 181 

Duke of, 8, 56, 154, 164 

John, 181 

John, Earl of, 59, 114, 144, 146, 181 

181 bis 
Suttie of Adinstoune, 8 

of Balgone, 8, 32 

James, Inveresk, 225 
Swan, James, W.S. , 46 

Swinton, Campbell-, of Kimmerghame, 37, 117, 
126 

Robert, 2,7 
Sword of Longacre, 136 
Sydeserf of Collegehead, 109 

of Rochlaw, 109 

John, M. D., 109 

Walter, Antigua, 42 
Sykes, 44 
Syme of Culloch, 46 

Taillefer of Haircleugh, 27 
Tain, Royal Burgh of, 196 
Tait of Harvieston, 195, 200 bis 
Taylor (Tailzeour, Tailyour) 

of Borrowfield, 202 

Alexander, M. D., 203, 206, 209 

George Watson, 203, 220 bis 

James, H.E. I.C.S. , 209 

R., H.E.I.C.S., 144, 169, 203, 216 

Jamaica, 202 

203 
Temple of Revelrig, 219 
Tennant (Tennend) 

of Balwill, 58 

of Cairnes, 132 

of The Glen, 58 

of Lennes, 132 

of Pool, 132 

of St. Rollox, 58 

David, Cape of Good Hope, 58 

Dr. William, Bombay, 132 
Thomas, 89 
Thompson (Thomson) 

of Banchory, 137 

of Bonaly, 138 

of Buchromb, 135, 138 

of Caltonhill, 137 

of Charlton, 137 

of Cocklow, 185 

of Fairley, 137 

of Fairliehope, 136 

of Fauchfield, 186 

of Logie, 137 

of Mains, 186 

of Northwoodside, 137 

Deas-, of Norton, 108, 138, 184 

of Roehampton, 137 

of Westerbogie, 186 

Alexander, Bute Pursuivant, 137 

Andrew, advocate, Aberdeen, 137 

Andrew, Portlethen, 137 

David, Kettle, 137 



Fhompson, Lieut. F. Ringler, R.E., 2, 138 

George, London, 137 

James, Kirkcaldy, 137 

James (Exchequer), 137 

John Ringler, 2, 138 

J. Rodger, 106 

John (Excise), 137 

Primrose, London, 137 

R., London, 137 

Captain R. T. , 138 

Sir William (Lord Kelvin), 138 

Mitchell, Edinburgh, 188 

108, 138 
Thorns of Aberlemno, 159 
Thores of Gairnieston, 14 
Threipland of Fingask, 72 

Murray-, of Fingask, 23, 72, 157 
Thurburn (Thorburn) 

of Murtle, 99 

Hugh, London, 99 

J. P., R.N., 87 
Tinline, George, Adelaide, 186 
Toash, Alexander, Aberdeen, 118 
Tod-Mercer of Scotsbank, 89, 103 
Tomline, Sir G. P., 157 
Torphichen, Lord, 9, 53, 150 
Toshach of Monievaird, 5 
Towers-Clark of Wester Moffat, 90, 188 
Traill, Henry, London, 33 

Robert, Edinburgh, 33 
Traquair, see also Troughear 

Earl of, 81, 120, 180, 182 

Rev. Thomas, 180 
Trayner, John, advocate, Edinburgh, 100 
Trotter of Catchellraw, 29 

-Cranstoun of Dewar, 87, 88 

of Kettleshiel, 57 

of Mortonhall, 32, 88 

of Shuddy Camps, 57 

Sir Coutts, 57, 159 

Captain David, R. N., 29 

-Ruthven, Edward S., 189 

(afterwards Ruthven), E. S. , 189 

(or Ruthven) Captain John, 57 

57 
Troughear, see Traquair 

Rev. Thomas, 180 
Tulloch of Elliestoun, 102 

of Tannachie, 102 
Turing, Fraser-, of Foveran, 14 
Turnbull of Abbey St. Bathans, 51 

of Currie, 119 

of Know, 196 

of Smiddiehill, 145 

of Strickathrow, 145 

Gregor Drummond, Glasgow, 142 

James, 145 

37< 61 

Turner, Archibald, 122, 226 

Sir James, 122, 226 

Sir William, 226 
Tyndall-Bruce, Hamilton-, of Grangehill and 
Falkland, 68, 88, 201 

88 
Tytler, Fraser-, of Balnain, 13, 69, 70, 97, 135 

of Woodhouselee, 13, 70, 96, 135^ 



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Tytler, Henry William, M. D. , 
*35 



7* 



Udnie and Udney 

of Auchterellon, 122 

of Cultercallen, 122 

of that Ilk, 122, 140 bis 

Arthur, 122 
Ufford, 63 

Umphray, Rev. Theodore, Nesting, 38 
Urquhart of Burdsyards, 102 

of Byth, 61, 143, 145, 183 

of Cromartie, 179 

of Meldrum, 60, 143, 145, 133 

of Newhall, 145 

Major-Gen. J. E. , 142 
Urrie, Colonel William, 157 

Valiant, jt 

Vallance (Vallange) of Possil, 225 

22s 
Valoniis, De, 188 bis 
Vere of Blackwood, 96 

Hope-, of Craigiehall, 1, 2, 47, 96 bis 

47 

Weir-, of Stonebyres, 97 

Vernet, Du, j# 

Vipont, Harry, Hampstead, 177 

Wade, Carruthers-, J. P., H.E.I.C.S., 52, 204 
Wakefield of Eastwood Park, 187 
Waldie of Hendersyde , 20 
Walker of Blairtoun, 189 

of Crawfordton, 189, 201 

Morison, of Fawfield, 164, 189 

of Gateacre Grange, 189 

-Drummond of Hawthornden, 189 

of St. Fort, 189 

John, W.S., 189, 201 

Robert, Keeper of the Buckhounds, 221 

Robert C. , Dundee, 200 

Thomas, M.D. , St. Petersburg, 210 

Trustees, the, 207 

Mr. William, Barbadoes, 25 
Walkinshaw of Barrowfield, 123 

of that Ilk, 123 

William, 123 
Wallace of Busbie and Cloncaird, 169 

Paterson-, of Morningside, 80, 159, 191 

of Neilstonside, 80, 169 

David, 187 

Hugh, W.S., 80, 159 

Patrick, Arbroath, 80, 165 
Waller, Sir J. W. , Bart., 21 
Wardlaw of Pitreavie, 177, 225 

of Westreston, 177 

-Ramsay of Whitehill, 73, 177, 225 
Wardrobe of Cult, 48 
Wardrop of Torbanehill, 40 
Warrand, Major Robert, 37 
Warren, Borlace-, of Little Marlow, 15, 25 
Wason of Blair, 16 
Waters, Dun, of Craigton, 204 
Watson of Broomknowe, 222 

of Croslatt, 221 

of Glentarkie, 221 



Watson of Langley House, 65, 223 

of Muirhouse, 222 

of Nielsland, 187 

ofSaughton, 222 bis 

Alexander, bailie, Dundee, 221 

Andrew, Aberdeen, 221 

Andrew, Peterhead, 222 

George, Edinburgh, 222 

-Taylor, George, 203, 220 bis 

John, 222 

William, Lord Advocate, 223 

William Livingstone, London, 223 
Watt of Denmill, 222 

James, Leith, 222 
Watters, Andrew, Midlothian, 106 
Wauchope of Edmondstone (Edmiston), 58, 
180 

of Niddrie, 180 

Francis, 180 

23< &3 
Waugh of Larkhall, 100 
Weapont, 178 

Webster, Wedderburn-, J. W. , Clapham, 32, 88 
Wedderburn of Blackness, 38, 42 

of East Powrie, 29 

Maxwell of Middlebie, 32, 198 

-Webster, J. W. , Clapham, 32, 88 

John, H.E.I.C.S., 43 

Weir, see also Wier 
of Blackwood, 96 
Cosens-, of Bogangreen, 20, 88 
Hope-, of Craigiehall, i, 47 
-Vere of Stonebyres, 97 
William, Kilmarnock, 187 

47 
Wellwood of Comrie Castle, 222 

of Garvock, 222 

Scott-, of Garvock, 222 

Maconochie-, of Garvock and Meadowbank 
131, 223 

Moncreiff-, of Tullibole, 162, 223 
Welsh of Cornlee, 207 

Captain Thomas, H.E.I.C.S., 207 
Wemyss (Weems) 

of Belfarge, 167, 171 

Earl of, 158, 160 

Commander James, 170 

Dr. James, St. Andrews, 167, 171 

160 
Weston, Hunter-, of Hunterston, 75, 153 
Whannell, alias Buchanan, Peter, 165 " 
Wharton-Duff of Orton, 95, 160, 178 
White (Whyte) 

of Bankhead, 176 

of Bannachie, 176 

-Melville of Bennochy, 59, 176 

of Burntsheils, 73 

of Conland, 73 

of Grougar and Ardarroch, 75 

of Stockbrigs, 115, 219 

Major Andrew, 73 

James, Edinburgh, 156 

or Conti, Mrs. Janeta, 176 

Martin, 129 

Robert, W.S., 156 



INDEX 



263 



Whiteford of Blaquhan, 11 
Whitelaw, Alexander, 37 
Whytfoord, Colonel Walter, 19 
Whythead of Isles of Alio, 103 
Wier (Weir), John Laing, 98, 192 
Wigton, Earl of, 27, 113 
Williams, ijS 
Williamson of Balgray, 205 

of Banniskirk, 202 

of Hutchinfield, 202 

Andrew, Edinburgh, 203 

John, 203 

John, Kirkcaldy, 202 

R. C. , Edinburgh, 203 
Willoughby Gordon, Lieut. -Col., 195, 214 
Willson, Sir Alexander, M. D. , 226 
Wilson of Banknock, 220 

of Fingach, 226 

of Glanderston, 34, 44 

of Kelton, 42 

Rae-, of Kelvinbank, 31, 216 

of Plewlands, 29 

of Soonhope, 42 

of West Wickham, 44, 62 

Archibald, Bailie of Queensferry, 35 

Charles, merchant, Glasgow, 30 

David, Edinburgh, 42 

George, Bailie of PYaserburgh, 29 

James, Glasgow, 187 

Robert, R.N. , 30 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 29 

W. S., LL.D., 51 
Winchester, Captain P., 225 
Winton of Strickmartin, 29 
Wise of Hillbank, 51, 52 
Wiseheart (Wisscheart) 

of Logie Wiseheart and that Ilk, 191 
Wishart, Lockhart-, of Lee, 148 

Belsches-, 10, 190, 192 

Captain, 191 

George, Bishop of Edinburgh, 191 

W. T., representative of Pittarrow, 191 



Wishart, 192 ter, 193 
Wood of Bonnyton, 223 

of Gatton Park, Surrey, 222 

of Grangehaugh, 222 

of Potters Park, Surrey, 222 

Major Alexander, 222 

. . ..Governor of the Isle of Man, representa- 
tive of Largo, 222 
Woods, George, London, 126 
Wordie of Torbrecks, 129 
Wright, Gibson-, of Cliftonhall and Kersey, 

34- 153 
of Haston, 24 

34 
Writers to H.M. Signet, Society of, 204 
Wyld, R. Stodart, W.S., 12 
Wylie (Wyllie), John, Glasgow, 12 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 12 
_William, L.R.C.S.E., 87 

Sir William, K.C.B. , 20 

Yeoman of Dryburgh, 72 

Alexander, 148 
York, James, Duke of Albany and, no, 132, 171 
Yorstoun, Carthew-, of East Tinwald, 58 
Young of Aldbar, 191 

of Eastfield, 191 

of Lenie, 191 

of Lindbank, 191 

-Scott of Redfordhill, 21 

of Stanhill Court, 192 

John, Sheriff Clerk of Kincardine, 191 

Thomas, Edinburgh, 191 
Younger of Auchencastle, 21, 192 

of Benmore, 21 

Colonel John, R.A., 21 
Youngson, Margaret Caroline, 94, 192 
Yule of Darleith, 98 

of Leyhouses, 98 

Colonel Udney, C.B. , 99 

Zibet (Sibbald), Cristopher Bogislaus, 65 



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